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  1. Oufff, pas mal banal comme design. I really hope that isn't what they're building..
  2. Seth Rogan and Charlize Theron Rom-Com movie. On voit très bien le RDC de la Banque Royale/ Crew Café sur St-Jacques et rue St-Paul.
  3. *Fingers cross* I'll skip Easter to celebrate Christmas . It would be one of the best thing to be announce on this website if it was the case. I'll make sure to pray to Jesus.
  4. First off, i have basic skills in Photoshop, so please bear with me. Secondly, i tried to contrast the image as much as possible but the lack of jpeg on the image does not allow me to further "enhance" it as it blurs easily. What I reluctantly came up with is around 200-230 (is that even possible?) by distinguishing the darker tone of the ink and lighter tone of the paper . I inserted 2 images: 1 I scribbled on, the other i did not touch. What do you guys think?
  5. Here is my 2 cents, It is an uninspired and boring glass condominium. What really pisses me off is the fact that they only framed the old Duke Investment building with curtain walls instead of integrating it to the design of the new building. The façadisme is more of an insult rather than honoring the old structure.
  6. Je ne sais pas où mettre ça, but i think these videos embodies the namesake of the thread. Anyways, the guy in the video vlogs is a famous Filipino youtuber and he is really popular within the filipino communities all over Canada and perhaps the world. He truly has a deep affection with Montreal as many of us do in this forum, even though he's from Toronto. The videos are a bit long (25 minutes) but they are really fun to watch. Hope you guys enjoy it as much as i did!
  7. Salut gang! Voici quelques photos que j'avais pris au YUL lors d'un p'tit tour du site. They finished pouring concrete on the 36th floor. Core of the building is yet to be poured with concrete. Shoring platform on the lower floor. Les maisons de ville progressent bien In addition. I visited the Old Lafontaine house. There are little to nothing left from its original construction. This is mainly due to several modifications to the building during the 20th Century, the botched restoration from the early 1990s and of course its long abandonment that lead to its severe deterioration. The house will be eventually be lowered down to the original level of the wooden joists. (as pictured below) P.s I don't know how to turn the images. Sorry in advance