AAA Editor Notes
Canadian Centre for Architecture (Centre Canadien d'Architecture), 1920 rue Baile (M: Guy-Concordia), is an international research center and museum. Its extensive collections advance knowledge, promote public understanding, and widen thought and debate on the art of architecture, its history, theory, practice and role in society.
Facing the facility from the south side of boulevard René-Lévesque is a sculpture garden that evokes the history of architecture as well as the city that surrounds the site. One-hour guided tours include the center, the sculpture garden and the Shaughnessy House.
Guided tours are available.