Bank of Montreal

John Wells, architect of the Bank of Montreal built from 1845 to 1847, strictly follows the rules established by the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio to interpret the great models of ancient Rome. The project was to restore the elevations of the three buildings that make up this administrative office complex of the Bank of Montreal. The envelope of the original stone building has been completely restored.
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