1967 – City Hall, Brantford, Ontario

Architect: Michael Kopsa

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This building, designed by Michael Kopsa was a centennial project for the city. With its free-form design and textured concrete that reveals the rough-sawn Douglas fir in which the concrete was moulded, it is an outstanding example of the Brutalist style of architecture.

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