Montreal: Port/City

Project by Tomek Bartczak

The port is a scale-shifting device, mediating between the global and the local — but as a physical entity, it’s spatial linearity blocks off all access to the waterfront. The project proposes to renovate existing industrial infrastructure of the port to create a hub to create a shortcircuit between the international scale of the port with the local scale of the city, through programmatic interaction and physical adjacency.

 

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