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1975 – Kensington Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: J. Ross

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A building with one facade and designed only to be seen from one direction, the Kensington Building has little or no architectural merit. Seen from closer to Main Street, the building presents an enormous blank elevation that towers over neighbouring buildings of more merit.

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