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The Mies Van Der Rohe Buildings

One of the first apartment buildings built on Nun's Islands was the work of renowned Chicago-based architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969). This 15-story tower dating from 1962 is typical of the Van der Rohe's simplistic style. He began developing this style in 1938 in the United States following his transition to Bauhaus. Van der Rohe also designed a service station on Nun's Island in 1969.

Address
100 and 200 rue de Gaspé
See also other Van der Rohe buildings near the St. Lawrence River
Île des Soeurs

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