Winnipeg Architecture Foundation

Brutalist Architecture in Winnipeg

Explore a variety of Winnipeg buildings designed in the "Brutalist" style. Brutalism is a style which was particularly prominent during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The emphasis on harsh geometric forms and unadorned rough concrete and brick have resulted in very strong feelings of hate or love for these buildings.

Tour Stops

Winnipeg Transit Garage (Fort Rouge Transit Base)

421 Osborne Street ↑

University Centre (University of Manitoba Student Union Building)

65 Chancellors Circle ↑

St. John Cantius Roman Catholic Church

846 Burrows Avenue ↑

St. Boniface Police Station, County Court and Health Unit

227 Provencher Boulevard ↑

Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre

174 Market Avenue ↑

Royal Canadian Mint

520  Lagimodiere Boulevard ↑

Robson Hall

224 Dysart Road ↑

Revenue Canada Winnipeg Taxation Centre

66 Stapon Road (at Reenders Drive) ↑

Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown

288 Portage Avenue ↑

Public Safety Building

151 - 171 Princess Street ↑

Pan Am Pool

25 Poseidon Bay (at Carter Avenue) ↑

Metro Plaza

101 Pembina Highway ↑

Lion's Manor

320 Sherbrook Street ↑

Habing LaViolette Law Offices

2643 Portage Avenue ↑

Duff Roblin Building

190 Dysart Road ↑

Clinique St. Boniface Clinic

343 Tache Avenue ↑

Canadian Grain Commission Building

303 Main Street ↑

Blessed Sacrament Church

710 Roanoke Street ↑

Bank of Montreal

585 Mountain Avenue ↑

Manitoba Teachers Society

191 Harcourt Street ↑