Architourism is a global tourism trend, and Montreal is a perfect destination, known for its eclectic mix of heritage buildings and vibrant contemporary architecture. Serves as both an insightful review of the city's architectural history, and a fascinating guidebook for visitors to the city, featuring both critical essays, and all the maps, architectural sketches and photographs necessary for a self-guided tour. Beautifully designed and affordable volume, with 163 colour photos, 17 maps and 41 illustrations.
Nancy Dunton has worked on architectural projects and organised public programs about architecture since 1981, including university and professional programs at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Helen Malkin has more than twenty years experience in the development of exhibition and publication projects on architecture and the city, first at the Canadian Centre for Architecture and now as a consultant in arts and cultural management.