Finally someone has discovered the design secret behind the Chateau Laurier addition:
Heritage Ottawa calls the modern addition to the landmark Chateau Laurier in the Parliamentary district of Ottawa “the most disgraceful act of heritage vandalism of our generation.”
How long will it be before Mayor Jim Watson rides in on his white horse to save the Chateau Laurier? Election year, you know.
The citizens of Ottawa simply cannot allow the brutalist architecture of Larco at the Chateau Laurier to go forward.
See the final designs from Larco for its addition to one of the most iconic heritage buildings in the country, the Chateau Laurier.
A new topic has been written in The Bulldog Forum.
Then I’ll get on my knees and pray We don’t get fooled again
Continued from previous post … click here to read that post. Early Tuesday morning the Citizen had a little story announcing that the city had created a website so […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: Information will be provided at the City’s Planning Committee about the launch of a process for public feedback on the redevelopment […]
… you better move fast.
The changes made by Larco Investments Ltd. and its architect Peter Clewes after the public consultation on the Chateau Laurier expansion were insignificant. Even Clewes says so. That shows […]
Here are all the views of current plans for an expanded Chateau Laurier revealed last night. What do you think? […]
This is a release from Larco Investments. Click on the highlighted type below: larco-mediaadvisory Back to The Bulldog’s home page, click here. To comment on this post, use the […]
“My ultimate performance would be killing myself with my body on stage in a pool of blood.” These are the words of a performance artist who was putting on […]
If you ever doubted the loyalty of Councillor Mathieu Fleury to Mayor Jim Watson, read on. You were wrong. The municipal representative of Rideau-Vanier ward and designated city council lifeguard […]
You’re not serious are you? Come on. On the back of one of the most iconic buildings in Canada? A national treasure? The proposed additon to the Chateau Laurier […]
Ottawa has always had two parts: The town and gown. Never before has the boxy, unimaginative architecture that has been inflicted on Westboro and the Glebe by intensification (notice […]
Here are two more views of the proposed Chateau Laurier: