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So many cool projects on this page. I'd love to live in that Farmhouse, worth leaving the city for.
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Remai Modern opened to the public last weekend in Saskatoon. The building is spectacular.


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Spectacular building, gorgeous setting.
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2017, 6:04 PM
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Complexe sportif Saint-Laurent, Montreal

Saucier + Perrotte Architectes / Hughes Condon Marler Architects

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Montréal, Québec

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Arrondissement St-Laurent

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Saucier + Perrotte Architectes / Hughes Condon Marler Architects

Équipe du projet :
Gilles Saucier
André Perrotte
Trevor Davies
Dominique Dumais
Yutaro Minagawa
Patrice Bégin
Lia Ruccolo
Marie-Ève Primeau
Olivier Krieger
Darryl Condon (HCMA)
Michael Henderson (HCMA)

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SNC-Lavalin Inc.

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SNC-Lavalin Inc.

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Hall d’entrée / réception / terrain de soccer intérieur / piscine intérieure / gymnase / piscine de loisirs / palestre / centre de fitness et de formation / vestiaires / espaces multifonctionnels / bureaux / café

Coût de construction
$ 42 900 000 CAD

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14 300 m² / 153 924 pi²

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Complété en 2017

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Olivier Blouin

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The rm and that pool are amazing. Question about the Remai Modern signage though. Why did the put rRemai mModern. it seems redundent. People like most art Gallery's and Museums will call it by it's initials, I don't see a need to force that in the sign.
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Hah. The extra lowercase "r" and "m" in the name actually caused quite a stir locally when the logo first appeared. It's just the museum's branding. There's an esoteric explanation out there from the NYC firm that designed it explaining what it all means, but I've forgotten/don't care. A lot of people HATE the branding, but it's grown on me.

I don't think they're trying to push the use of the "RM" acronym at all. Around here it's always "Remai Modern", "the Remai", or "Remai Art Gallery".

For those wondering, Remai is pronounced "RAY-mee".
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Parliament Hill with new glass roof over temporary House of Commons (Fall 2018, top left), ice rink u/c for NHL Classic celebrations (December 2017, centre, right), and new visitors centre (Fall 2018, top, left).

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Just stunning! Now lets get rid of that surface parking!
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National Arts Centre addition. Ottawa.


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HAMILTON | 7-9-11 Brock Street Urban Towns | Thier + Curran Architects Inc. | 2018

The project took a vacant former machine and tool shop circa 1910, and converted it into three residential loft-style townhouses.

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HAMILTON | Hamilton Public Library - Binbrook Branch | Invizij Architects Inc. | 2018


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HAMILTON | 7-9-11 Brock Street Urban Towns | Thier + Curran Architects Inc. | 2018

The project took a vacant former machine and tool shop circa 1910, and converted it into three residential loft-style townhouses.
This is a super cool project.

I can picture countless old industrial shops and garages in Saskatoon being converted into something along these lines.
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Casey House, HIV/AIDS Hospital by Hariri Pontarini & ERA Achitects:






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