Canadian Centre for Architecture

A museum that seeks to redefine the way society perceives architecture.

The Shaughnessy House Tea Room at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montréal

This museum challenges how the public views architecture, with past exhibitions such as "The Other Architect" that presented the point that "architecture is ideas, not (only) buildings." Visitors can take take tours, explore galleries and check out the bookstore. 

Photo courtesy of Canadian Centre for Architecture, Richard Burley / Design Archive 1990

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1920, rue Baile Montréal QC H3H 2S6 Canada


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