37 monuments in 30 days, and what I learned along the way.
Tuesday 11 September 2018
101 Marion Street
Moody Moore Architects, 1972-73
Car Park on Garry Street
Centennial Concert Hall
Associated Architects for the Manitoba Centennial Centre (Green Blankstein Russell; Moody Moore and Partners; Smith Carter Searle and Associates), 1968.
Winnipeg Civic Centre
David Thordarson & Bernard Brown, 1962-63
Lynch Park Monument
Canadian Grain Commission Building
Smith Carter Parkin, 1973
Great West Life Centre
Number Ten Architectural Group, 1970
Étienne Gaboury, 1966
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Antoine Predock, 2008-14
Portage Avenue Mural
Precious Blood Roman Catholic Church
Étienne Gaboury, 1968
Public Safety Building
Libling Michener and Associates (architects), Les Stechesen (lead designer), 1966.
Radisson Hotel (formerly the Northstar Hotel)
Waisman Ross Blankstein Coop Gillmor Hanna (now Number Ten Architectural Group), 1971.
Louis Riel Monument
Marcien Lemay & Étienne Gaboury, 1971
St Boniface Police Station, County Court & Health Unit
Étienne Gaboury, 1964
Winnipeg Transit Garage (Fort Rouge Transit Base)
Morley Blankstein, 1969
Winnipeg Art Gallery
Gustavo da Roza, 1969-1971
Duff Roblin Building
Green Blankstein Russell and Associates, 1970
Ward MacDonald and Partners, 1969
University of Manitoba Student Union Building
Number Ten Architectural Group, 1966–69.
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