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08 July 2010

1883 – Vaughan Street Jail, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: Walter Chesterton & Samuel Hooper Built in 1881, this building was the provincial jail receiving criminals from Manitoba, Northwest Territories and Ontario. Men, women and children were housed here in the late...

08 July 2010

1950s – 280 Smith Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Moody & Moore Constructed as the Western Savings and Loan in 1950, and later extended in 1957 with the addition of extra floors. The interior is unremarkable save for a double-height ground...

08 July 2010

1971 – Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: Gustavo da Rosa / Number Ten Architectural Group The Winnipeg Art Gallery is sited on an awkward triagular site, which it responds to aggressively by terminating in a sharp point. Most of...

08 July 2010

1981 – Royal Trust Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Number Ten Architectural Group Grim mirror glass building with little detailing to interest the eye.

08 July 2010

1977 – Manulife House, 386 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: LM Architectural Group A facade of angled and stepped planes, thats more successful along the secondary elevation.

08 July 2010

1977 – Imperial Broadway Tower, 363 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: LM Architectural Group / Smith Carter Stark glass box without plinth or parapet, hitting the ground cleanly at streetlevel. Originally designed by LM Architectural Group. Remodelled in 2012 by Smith Carter, with...

08 July 2010

1963 – 333 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: Smith Carter Searle Built between 1959-63 for Monarch Life, it is now used as the headquarters of the Workers Compensation Board. Set back from the street, the building has a shallow raised...

08 July 2010

1906 – Garrick Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Built as an hotel in 1906 and still in operation, the Garrick is a local landmark on Garry Street.

08 July 2010

1960 – 373 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: Waisman Ross Built as the IBM Building and now containing government offices, this is a sophisticated work with recessed ground floor and a pleasing proportions.