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Unbuilt Winnipeg

26 July 2012

1883 – Design for Holy Trinity Church, Winnipeg

Architect: Charles H. Wheeler Although most of the church was built as designed by Wheeler, the magnificent tower and spire was never constructed.

02 July 2012

1907 – Unbuilt Tower Proposal, Main Street, Winnipeg

Architect: John D. Atchison Unbuilt 14-storey proposal for an office building on the east side of Main Street, between McDermot and Bannatyne. The Canadian Wheat Board building was eventually constructed on the site...

29 September 2014

1913 – Competition Design for City Hall, Winnipeg

Architect: Brown & Vallance In early 1913, a committee of Winnipeg’s City Planning Commission recommended that a new civic centre be built, and a contest for a design for a new city hall...

29 September 2012

1913 – Competition Design for City Hall, Winnipeg

Architect: Hugh G. Jones In early 1913, thirty-nine designs were submitted in competition to design a a new civic centre, including this design by Montreal-based but Scottish-born architect Hugh G. Jones. The winning...

29 September 2014

1913 – Second Placed Entry for City Hall, Winnipeg

Architect: Woodman & Carey In early 1913, a committee of Winnipeg’s City Planning Commission recommended that a new civic centre be built, and a contest for a design for a new city hall...

29 May 2013

1913 – Third Placed Design for City Hall, Winnipeg

Architect: John D. Atchison In early 1913, thirty-nine designs were submitted in competition to design a a new civic centre, including this design by local architect John D. Atchison. Atchison, originally from Chicago,...

04 July 2012

1913 – Unbuilt Design for City Hall, Winnipeg

Architect: Clemesha & Portnall In early 1913, a committee of Winnipeg’s City Planning Commission recommended that a new civic centre be built, and a contest for a design for a new city hall...

30 September 2009

1919 – Hudson’s Bay Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Burke Horwood & White Unbuilt proposal for a massive department store for the Hudson’s Bay Company. Intended to be their flagship store, this would have been the largest building in the city...

26 July 2012

1929 – Proposal for Richardson Building, Winnipeg

Architect: Arthur A. Stoughton Unbuilt proposal for landmark tower at Portage and Main in downtown Winnipeg. The building, at 17 storeys, would have been the tallest structure in Winnipeg. Buildings onsite were cleared...

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