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200 Graham Avenue
Exterior: general view
400 St. Mary Avenue
Exterior: general view
Administrative Studies Building (University of Manitoba)
Exterior: general east view, Now Extended Education Complex, See also Frank Kennedy Centre
CanWest Global Park
Expansion of existing facility
Central Park Lodge
"Retirement Hotel." Canadian Architect 8, no. 7 (July 1963): 78., Building File
Crop Research Building (University of Manitoba)
Exterior: general view, From rural parkland to urban centre: one hundred years of growth at the University of Manitoba. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1978. Arch/FA Ref LE 3 M3833 F76 Arch/FA Main Stacks, Thompson, W.P. Architecture of Manitoba: an exhibit prepared by Professor William P. Thompson for the Manitoba Association of Architects and the Manitoba Centennial Corporation. Winnipeg: s.n., 1970. Arch/FA NA 746 M3 T46, University of Manitoba capital projects: a file on building development and capital expenditure 1877-1970. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, 1970. Arch/FA Ref LE 3 M382292 A3 Dafoe Library, Building File, "Crop Research Centre, University of Manitoba, Fort Garry, Manitoba." Architectural Design 34 (July 1964): 358-360., "Crop Research Centre, University of Manitoba." Canadian Architect 9 (March 1964): 54-57., Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg Architecture. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1982. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 T5 1982 Arch/FA Main Stacks, Hutton, Monica. University of Manitoba Modern. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 no. 3, Also known as Plant Science Building
Eaton's Powerhouse
Exterior: aerial view with Eaton's catalogue building in background, Number Ten Architectural Group renovation for CTV Studios
Ecole Sage Creek School
Building File, Stenning, Peter. "Ecole Sage Creek School." Award Magazine; Architecture, Construction, Interior Design 31, no. 1 (February 2017): 71, 73.
Elmwood Kildonans Pool
Building File
Epstein Residence
Rostecki, Randy R. Armstrong's Point: a history. Winnipeg: Heritage Winnipeg Corporation, 2009. Arch/FA FC 3396.52 R77 2009, Home of Donald and Martha Epstein
Era Bistro
Located on the ground floor of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Fletcher Argue Building (University of Manitoba)
Exterior: general view of main entrance via sunken plaza, From rural parkland to urban centre: one hundred years of growth at the University of Manitoba. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1978. Arch/FA Ref LE 3 M3833 F76 Arch/FA Main Stacks, University of Manitoba capital projects: a file on building development and capital expenditure 1877-1970. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, 1970. Arch/FA Ref LE 3 M382292 A3 Dafoe Library, Building File, Hutton, Monica. University of Manitoba Modern. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 no. 3
Forks, The
Butterfield, David. If walls could talk: Manitoba's best buildings explored and explained. Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 2000. Arch/FA NA 746 M3 B88 2000, Cohlmeyer, Stephen. "Meeting Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba: Urban Design and Renewal at the Forks." Landscape Architectural Review 13, no. 2 (May 1992): 5-8., Hellner, Faye. Etienne Gaboury. Saint-Boniface, MB: Editions du Ble, 2005. Arch/FA NA 749 G32 A2 2005, Chodikoff, Ian. "Pieces at Play." The Canadian Architect 49, no. 3 (March 2004): 14-18., MacDonald, Catherine. A City at Leisure: an illustrated history of Parks and Recreation Services in Winnipeg 1893-1993. Winnipeg: City of Winnipeg, Parks and Recreation Department, 1995. [References added to existing records only; i.e. not all parks included in the publication are included in the Winnipeg Building Index] Arch/FA FC 3396.65 M32 1995, Building File, Emmond, Ken. "The Forks: a Long-Term Heritage Project for Winnipeg." Award Magazine 4, no. 1 (December/January 1990): 38-42., Plan, Gaboury, Architectural Consultant, Hotson Bakker Architects, Forks Market, Cristall of Number Ten Architectural Group, Project Management, Cohlmeyer, Landscape Architecture, The Forks Market was originally the Railway Stables, built in 1909-1910 by Warren and Wetmore
Fort Rouge Transit Base
Thompson, W.P. Architecture of Manitoba: an exhibit prepared by Professor William P. Thompson for the Manitoba Association of Architects and the Manitoba Centennial Corporation. Winnipeg: s.n., 1970. Arch/FA NA 746 M3 T46, Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg architecture: 100 years. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1975. Arch/FA Ref NA 747 W5 T45 Arch/FA Main Stacks, Building File, Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg Architecture. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1982. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 T5 1982 Arch/FA Main Stacks, Thorsteinson, Jeffrey. Brutalist Architecture in Winnipeg. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 No. 2
Frank Kennedy Centre (University of Manitoba)
Exterior: northeast facade, Building File, Hutton, Monica. University of Manitoba Modern. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 no. 3, See also Administrative Studies Building
Great-West Life Rooftop Garden and Solarium
Located on top of the Misericordia Health Centre
Kildonan Park Pavilion (Kildonan Park)
Exterior: general view, Thompson, W.P. Architecture of Manitoba: an exhibit prepared by Professor William P. Thompson for the Manitoba Association of Architects and the Manitoba Centennial Corporation. Winnipeg: s.n., 1970. Arch/FA NA 746 M3 T46, Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg architecture: 100 years. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1975. Arch/FA Ref NA 747 W5 T45 Arch/FA Main Stacks, "Kildonan Park Pavilion, Winnipeg." Canadian Architect Yearbook (1966): 46-47., Steer, Carol. Culture, recreation, sports and exhibition buildings in Manitoba to 1990. Winnipeg: s.n., 1992. Arch/FA Ref NA 746 M36 S84 1992, Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg Architecture. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1982. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 T5 1982 Arch/FA Main Stacks, MacDonald, Catherine. A City at Leisure: an illustrated history of Parks and Recreation Services in Winnipeg 1893-1993. Winnipeg: City of Winnipeg, Parks and Recreation Department, 1995. [References added to existing records only; i.e. not all parks included in the publication are included in the Winnipeg Building Index] Arch/FA FC 3396.65 M32 1995, "Perspective; Awards." Canadian Architect 13, no. 2 (February 1968): 8.
Law Courts Building (New)
Exterior: distant view of building with Gordon Reeve's sculpture, "Justice" (1985) in foreground
Lions Manor
Exterior: street level view, Thorsteinson, Jeffrey. Brutalist Architecture in Winnipeg. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 No. 2
MTS Centre
Building File, "Absolutely Magnificent." Winnipeg Free Press (November 17, 2004): A7., Now known as Bell MTS Centre
Manitoba Theatre Centre
Exterior: general view, Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg architecture: 100 years. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1975. Arch/FA Ref NA 747 W5 T45 Arch/FA Main Stacks, "Project Preview: [Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg, Man.]" Canadian Architect 13, no. 12 (December 1968): 52., "Manitoba Theater Center, Winnipeg." Canadian Architect 16 (September 1971): 62-65., Steer, Carol. Culture, recreation, sports and exhibition buildings in Manitoba to 1990. Winnipeg: s.n., 1992. Arch/FA Ref NA 746 M36 S84 1992, Keshavjee, Serena. [Ed.] Winnipeg modern: architecture, 1945-1975. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2006. Arch/FA NA 747 W5 W46 2006 Arch/FA Quick Reference Dafoe St. John's, Thompson, W.P. Winnipeg Architecture. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1982. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 T5 1982 Arch/FA Main Stacks, Building File, Thorsteinson, Jeffrey. Brutalist Architecture in Winnipeg. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 No. 2, Plans (digital copies available in the Architecture CADLab), Designated National Historic Site, 2009

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