Grassroots, Greystones, and Glass Towers: Montreal Urban Issues and Architecture Bryan Demchinsky

ISBN: 9781550650013

Published: January 1st 1989

Unknown Binding

211 pages


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Grassroots, Greystones, and Glass Towers: Montreal Urban Issues and Architecture  by  Bryan Demchinsky

Grassroots, Greystones, and Glass Towers: Montreal Urban Issues and Architecture by Bryan Demchinsky
January 1st 1989 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 211 pages | ISBN: 9781550650013 | 6.34 Mb

In a collection of essays by some of the citys best-known architects, urbanists, and journalists, Montreal is examined with a critical eye. Its new architecture and architectural heritage, the indoor city, green spaces, housing, the planningMoreIn a collection of essays by some of the citys best-known architects, urbanists, and journalists, Montreal is examined with a critical eye.

Its new architecture and architectural heritage, the indoor city, green spaces, housing, the planning process, public art, and policies of City Hall are topics covered in essays by Dane Lanken, Norbert Schoenauer, Lewis Harris, Isabel Corral, Peter Jacobs, Ron Williams, David Brown, Derek Drummond, Mark London, Aline Gubbay, Ricardo L. Castro, Joshua Wolfe, Susan Bronson, Pieter Sijpkes, Ian MacBurnie, and Adrian Sheppard.



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