The more I think about it, the more it strikes me that these are the only places where architects who do not have much power get to express their creativity. Some of these are just wild!
Awning on Berri st.
It would have been really cool of those were curved fluorescent lights, but sadly not.
An awning on Saint Laurent just before Little Italy
Minimal and restrained
A Pentagonal Awning in Parc Ex
A Cute Awning in Parc Ex
Another Cute Awning in Parc Ex
I don’t know what it is about recent South Asian immigrants and small cute awnings (actually I do, but writing it like that makes you think about it, not just take my word).
Stone and Plaster Awning
Corrugated Aluminum to protect you from the rain
An Awning Built for a Basketball Player?
A smirking awning
What’s with the ornamental grill-work?
Apparently the architect really liked the lights.
I don’t get this awning at all. Someone was asleep at the switch.
Apparently the built in supports were not strong enough
A Baroque, potentially Rococo Awning in the McGill Ghetto
A Flipped Lid Awning
Again a redundant awning
A very gracefully arching awning on Lorne Crescent
A Very Nice Paint Job I
A Very Nice Paint Job II
A Very Nice Paint Job III
All on the same street down by UQAM.
A Gull-Winged Awning on Rachel
A Jagged Awning on Rosemont
A Gothic Awning on Côte Saint-Luc
Another Pentagular Awning on Côte Saint-Luc
The developer did not own a level
Published: June 26th, 2012 Author: zeke Categories: Montréal, Photo Essay | Comments Off
A phenomenal example of “swoopiness” in an awning on The Boulevard