Archi-tourist Montreal

A good friend of mine, John, started up a webpage that may be of interest to architects or those interested in contemporary architecture. Here’s the description.

Welcome to The Archi-Tourist, a free, Wiki-based travel guide to contemporary architecture around the globe, started in 2005. The Wiki software enables multiple users to create and edit the content of the site, meaning The Archi-Tourist will grow and evolve over time as more and more people contribute.

I bring this up because Montreal has still not been listed on the website. John and I would be able to add entries ourselves, and we probably will, but we both are busy with major life events. So I’m writing to call for entries by anyone with more free time who is an architect or has a good knowledge of contemporary architecture. Montreal has some great buildings that have been completed in the recent past that the rest of the world should take notice.

It is a good starting point to explore contemporary buildings if you go travelling. Hopefully it will continue to grow to have more to offer.

2 Comments so far

  1. John (unregistered) on April 30th, 2006 @ 6:24 pm

    To get the ball rolling, I posted four entries for Montreal buildings over the weekend. More are always welcome!

    http://architourist.schtuff.com/montreal


  2. Samuel (unregistered) on May 8th, 2006 @ 9:08 pm

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