Discover Winnipeg’s architecture with this unique bilingual, narrated tour, accompanied by an original music soundtrack.
Visit a selection of buildings designed by 5468796 architecture.
Like many stylistic terms in architecture, the exact parameters denoted by the word “Brutalism” are difficult to precisely pin down. 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. For more information, you might wish to purchase a copy of Brutalist Architecture in Winnipeg, documents a number of Brutalist style buildings in Winnipeg and explores their genesis, as well as the place of Brutalism in the history of the city.
Explore a selection of projects by HTFC Planning and Design
Libling Michener & Associates was founded by Mel Michener and Gerry Libling in 1954. The firm produced important early work such as Executive House, Grosvenor House, St. Paul’s College and the Manitoba Teachers Society that each garnered Massey Awards and cemented the firm’s reputation for producing works of great substance, clarity and beauty. In 1973, the firm became LM Architectural Group.
Visit a selection of buildings designed by Number Ten Architectural Group (including predecessor firms Waisman and Ross and Blankstein Coop Gillmor Hanna)
Explore a selection of buildings designed by Green Blankstein Russell (GBR) and Associates. The former firm is now part of Stantec Architecture.
The QR Code Tour is a public education project, providing immediate and accessible information about Winnipeg’s built environment via a mobile device. View the tour hub for a map and growing list of participant sites.
This tour documents a number of Brutalist buildings found in Winnipeg, and explores their genesis as well as the place of Brutalism in the history of the city.
An architectural tour of the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus, focusing on buildings from the post-war period.
Winnipeg’s terra cotta collection is large and essentially complete. It is an unparalleled sampling in North America of the variety, versatility and beauty of this material. Follow the tour through Winnipeg's downtown and view this unique collection of terra cotta.
St. George's Anglican Church was designed by architect Leslie Russell for Green Blankstein Russell. Built in 1955–1957, it is an excellent example of modernist design both inside and out. This tour provides architectural and historical information about the church and its design.
This publication, by Emily G. Doucet, provides an architectural and historical tour of buildings and landscapes on the University of Winnipeg campus. Designed by some of Winnipeg’s most prominent architects, the campus has a legacy of buildings from the 1894 Wesley Hall to the 2014 United RecPlex.