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Canadian Mid-Century Modern Buildings (page 2)

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Hotel Maritime Plaza
Montréal, QC
Habitat 67
Montréal, QC
The Hotel Maritime Plaza was built in 1964. It was designed by Shenkman and Hersen. The hotel was originally known as the Seaway Motor Inn. This structure serves as the hotel's conference room. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

The Habitat 67 housing complex was designed by Moshe Safdie and built as part of Expo 67. The complex is four blocks long. The 158 interlocking concrete boxes each have their own garden. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Biosphère
Montréal, QC
Marriott Château Champlain
Montréal, QC
The Biosphère was built in 1967 as the U.S. Pavilion for Expo 67. The geodesic dome design was created by Richard Buckminster Fuller. During repairs in 1976, a fire destroyed the structure's transparent acrylic bubble. The steel framework was preserved. The structure now contains an education museum devoted to water and climate change. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. [map]

The Marriott Château Champlain was built in 1967 in time for Expo 67. The shape of the windows have earned it the nickname of the "Cheese Grater". For more, see this website. [map]

Olympic Stadium
Montréal, QC
The Olympic Stadium was designed by Roger Taillibert and built in 1976. After the Olympics, the stadium was used for baseball, football, and soccer. Since 2004, the stadium has not had a major tenant. However, the building is still used for soccer tournaments and spring training for baseball. For more, see this website. [map]

Olympic Village
Montréal, QC
The Olympic Village was built in 1976 as housing for the athletes. The complex is now used as apartments. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-La-Salle Church
Montréal, QC
Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-La-Salle Church was built in 1964. For more, see this website. [map]

More Canadian Mid-Century Modern Buildings:
Calgary Tower (Calgary, AB)
former Anchor Concrete Building (Calgary, AB)
former Department of Education Building (Calgary, AB)
Kerby Memorial Building & Stanley Gymnasium (Calgary, AB)
Our Lady Queen of Peace Church (Calgary, AB)
Rocky Mountain Court (Calgary, AB)
St. Francis of Assisi Church (Calgary, AB)
unidentified building (Calgary, AB)
unidentified building (Calgary, AB)
Chateau Lacombe (Edmonton, AB)
Queen Elizabeth Planetarium (Edmonton, AB)
Strathearn United Church (Edmonton, AB)
Trinity United Church (Edmonton, AB)
Golden Circle Senior Centre (Red Deer, AB)
Public Swimming Pool (Mayerthorpe, AB)
UFO Landing Pad (St. Paul, AB)
Maritime Museum (Vancouver, BC)
Centennial Concert Hall (Winnipeg, MB)
Church of the Precious Blood (Winnipeg, MB)
Perth's Cleaners (Winnipeg, MB)
Perth's Cleanes (Winnipeg, MB)
Planetarium (Winnipeg, MB)
Public Safety Building (Winnipeg, MB)
Winnipeg Clinic (Winnipeg, MB)
Centennial Pool (Halifax, NS)
Ryerson United Church (Ancaster, ON)
City Hall (Hamilton, ON)
Hamilton Place (Hamilton, ON)
Lido Apartments (Hamilton, ON)
former Holiday Inn (Kenora, ON)
Lundy's Lane United Church (Niagara Falls, ON)
City Council (North Bay, ON)
apartment building (Toronto, ON)
Donald D. Summerville Olympic Pool (Toronto, ON)
former Fotomat (Toronto, ON)
former Fotomat (Toronto, ON)
Ontario Place: 1, 2 (Toronto, ON)
Robarts Library (Toronto, ON)
Sears Building (Toronto, ON)
St. Basil the Great Ukrainian Catholic Church (Toronto, ON)
St. Luke's Lutheran Church (Toronto, ON)
various mid-century modern buildings (various cities, ON)
Flying Saucer (Cavendish, PE) [now nearby at Shining Waters Family Fun Park]
Bon Soir Motel: 1, 2 (Granby, QC)
Centre Pierre Charbonneau (Montreal, QC)
Eglise St-Jean-Vianney (Montreal, QC)
Moose Jaw Civic Center (Moose Jaw, SK) [gone]