Ashok

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    ilovemtl
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    Montreal
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    Student/Architect
  1. Métro de Montréal

    ^ I live and work in NYC now.
  2. Métro de Montréal

    ^ Merci, LindbergMTL. Visiting my parents for the weekend - got a chance to take some photos: Metro Monk Monk Station by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Lionel Groulx Station Lionel Groulx Station by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  3. Métro de Montréal

    I thought a way for me to reflect on Montreal's 375th was to photo-document the metro systems. I always have been fascinated by our metro system. I now live and work in NYC, but I visit my family/friends every month and a half. So, I will slowly start taking photos of all the metro system. I actually thought I could have done in a day - too ambitious! I only managed to take photos of a few stations. Also, please feel free to check out and follow my Instagram account - I travel frequently between Montreal, NYC, Boston, and Philadephia and often try to photo-document these cities. https://www.instagram.com/asok.thiruna/ Anyway, here are the pictures - I will update this thread as I take more: Lionel Groulx Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr De La Savane by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Villa Maria Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Azur Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Villa Maria Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Radisson Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Radisson Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Prefontaine Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Prefontaine Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Prefontaine Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Place Des Arts Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Pie-IX Metro by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  4. Hm.. OT, but finally - that YUL building is finally making an impact on our skyline.
  5. Îlot Voyageur Nord - 8, 10, 10 étages

    I took a photo of the bus station. At least we have a clean looking bus station. Untitled by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  6. Now now, there is hmmm... more COLOURS!!! So... yeah ... progress!
  7. L'Avenue - 50 étages

    I like the impact it is making!
  8. Holiday Inn Montréal Centre-Ville - 37 étages

    Very nice - now we have our own wall of skyscrapers that hollywood can feature in alien attacks. Watch starting @ 28 seconds.
  9. Holiday Inn Montréal Centre-Ville - 37 étages

    I now can see this from the EV Building at Concordia, from the 10th floor.
  10. L'Avenue - 50 étages

    Why does PVM look like the top corner of it has broken off?
  11. Icône - 40, 27 étages

    Some activities are temperature dependent. So, designers should either finds materials and techniques that are not temperature dependent or use auxiliary heat to bring the temperatures to a desired temperature. So, it is possible they are waiting for the temperatures to go up again. Sometimes in the winter, it is better to focus on the interior where it is easier to heat and much warmer (since part of the building is closed.) For example, the sealants for the curtain wall systems would expand and contract based on temperature - so if you install those at -25 C, they will expand a lot when summer temperatures hit +25C ( a 50 C difference). Though, if you install it at +5C, then the material would not contract or expand as much. And we would avoid curtain walls falling off the 30th floor as Toronto experienced one summer.
  12. Le Roccabella - 40, 40 étages

    ^ Green shirt man, bottom left - he is conservative!
  13. Le Roccabella - 40, 40 étages

    Yes, he really really despises babies!
  14. Le Peterson - 34 étages

    ha ha, bring out the pitchfork and torch! Though, generally Montreal seems to have two scales of building - the likes of PVM, 1001, then the rest. Most likely Rocco's fault.