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What will Montreal look like in 100 years?

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The exhibition entitled "16 beautés étranges : l'architecture de Montréal en 2108", is a prospective and futuristic exhibition presented at Monopoli, Galerie d'architecture, that is meant to arouse the public's curiosity.

The organizers, Sophie Gironnay (Monopoli's director) and Jean-Pierre Chupin (associate professor at the École d'architecture de l'Université de Montréal and coordinator of the Oupropo workshop), asked 16 future architects to produce models, objects, images and texts, creating "tourism snapshots" that would reflect a visit to Montréal in 2108.

As part of the Oupropo (OUvroir de PROjets POtentiels) workshop in the Masters program in Architecture at the Université de Montréal, the students conceived architectural answers to the inevitable increase of the city's density, to pollution problems, to the impact of new technologies and to human and social issues.

Monopoli, Galerie d'architecture
181 St-Antoine West

Exhibition: January 25 to March 8, 2008
Vernissage: Thursday, January 24, 6:30 p.m.

Translation by Susan Silver

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