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110 Scott Street
Plan, Section: west elevation
350 River Avenue
Plan, Section: south elevation
62M
A Channel Television Studios
Formerly Canadian National Railway Steam Generating Plant and Powerhouse, Preservation Award for Excellence 2000 from Heritage Winnipeg
ARTlab (University of Manitoba)
Exterior (photo James Dow provided by Patkau Architects), "University of Manitoba ARTlab." Canadian Architect 61, no. 5 (May 2016): 54-55., Building File, Hutton, Monica. University of Manitoba Modern: Winnipeg Architecture. Winnipeg, MB: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2012. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 W4 no. 3 2012, Robbins, Jason (editor). MB 2014: a collection of Manitoba architecture. Winnipeg, MB: Storefront Manitoba Inc., 2014. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 9050.5 M3 2014, Rutkowski, C. "Dominoes continue to fall: ARTlab." The Bulletin [University of Manitoba publication] (June 10, 2010): 1., Wiebe, Mariianne Mays. "Unveiled ARTlab." ResearchLIFE [University of Manitoba publication] (Summer 2012): 29-31., Wiebe, Mariianne Mays. "ARTlab opens: a celebration of creativity at U of M." The Bulletin [University of Manitoba publication] (April 19, 2012): 5., Also known as School of Art, Also known as the Art Research Technology Lab, LEED Silver designation, Winner - 2016 Governor General's Medal for Architecture
Amber Trails Community School
LEED Platinum designation
Athlone School
Addition in 1967
Birt Residence
"Winnipeg has Spacious Homes" Canadian Homes and Gardens 16, no. 5 (May 1939): 37., Home of Mr. and Mrs. John Birt
Bissett Residence
Home of Edwin H. Bissett
Bond Tower
Building File, Gerfen, Katie, Vernon Mays, Thomas Fisher, John Morris Dixon, Sara Hart, Edward Keegan, and John Gendall. "P/a: the 59th Annual Progressive Architecture Awards recognize 10 projects that offer thoughtful interventions into the landscape, urban or otherwise." Architect (Washington, D.C.) 101, no. 2 (February 2012): 80-104., "La Continuidad De La Escalera = the Continuity of the Staircase: 5468796 Architecture Inc. - [Bond Tower] Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada." Arquine: Revista Internacional De Arquitectura = International Architecture Magazine 59 (April 2012): 38-41., "Award of Merit - Bond Tower, Architect: 5468796 Architecture Inc., Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba." Canadian Architect 56, no. 12 (December 2011): 36.
Borebank Residence
House owned by J.J. Borebank (he died in 1912 while aboard the Titanic), Borebank Street in River Heights was named after him
Bruce Junior High School
Now known as Bruce Middle School
Canadian Bank of Commerce
"The Gateway to the Granary of the British Empire." Construction 3, no. 2 (December 1909): 54-82. (Wade 299), Building File, Spector, David. Monuments to Finance. s.l.: s.n., 1980-1982. [2 volumes]. Arch/FA FC 3396.7 S64 (Volume 1). For PDF of report, see source below., This is the second Bank of Commerce building to occupy this site.
Canadian Consolidated Rubber Company Warehouse
Renamed the Dominion Rubber Company in 1926, 1935 renovations by Alexander D. Melville and renamed the Equipment Depot No. 2 of the Royal Canadian Air Force, Building was purchased by Federal Grain in 1946 and renovated into a grain elevator, Currently, the building is a self-storage facility
Canadian Fairbanks Morse Company
Thorsteinson, Jeffrey and Smith, Brennan. GBR: Green Blankstein Russell and Associates: an architectural legacy. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, 2017. Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 749 G72 T56 2017
Canadian Northern Railway St. Boniface Station
Later became the Greater Winnipeg Water District Railway St. Boniface Station
Canadian Northern Railway Station
Inkster Boulevard and Sturgeon Road, Moved to its present site in 1999 to avoid demolition
Carol Shields Memorial Labyrinth
Located in King's Park
Centre Village
Building File, Fuglem, Terri. "Home away from home: a progressive Winnipeg firm adopts a sophisticated European approach in designing much needed public housing in the City's Downtown Core - Centre Village, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Architects: 5468796 Architecture Inc. and Cohlmeyer Architecture Ltd." Canadian Architect 56, no. 4 (April 2011): 18-21., Peters, Terri. "Seven years in Winnipeg: Since its foundation in 2007 - when 5468796 became the first Architecture Start-Up in Winnipeg for 20 years - the firm has stirred up the local status quo by doing things differently." Mark: Another Architecture 52 (October 2014): 136-147.
Centre de sante Marcel A. Desautels
LEED Gold designation
Centre for Music Art and Design (University of Manitoba)
Photo by James Dow provided by Patkau Architects, Building File, Ouellette, Robert, Claude Provender, and Michael Taylor. "Centre for Music, Art and Design, Winnipeg, Manitoba - Patkau Architects, LM Architectural Group." Canadian Architect 50, no. 12 (December 2005): 32-35., Patkau Architects. New York: Monacelli Press, 2006. Arch/FA Library NA 749 P38 P374 2006, Also known as CMAD, Never built
Christie Biscuit Factory
Later known as the MWG Apparel Building

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