Places + Spaces: Winnipeg

City: Winnipeg
Director: Noam Gonick
Genre: Docuseries
Host: Hayden Mushinski

Places + Spaces: Winnipeg is a series of vignettes that reveal some of the city’s most iconic buildings and communities. Stunning visuals and fascinating backstories showcase housing projects, libraries, places of worship, historic banks, skyscrapers and civic buildings, highlighting the city’s architecture and design.

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Episode 1 - This Is Where We Live

A look at the inspiration and intent behind three iconic Winnipeg neighbourhoods: Wildwood Park, Willow Park, and Windsor Park.

Episode 2 - Sacred Spaces

Places of worship and spiritual practice seek to communicate a divine message. In this episode three of the city’s spiritual spaces are explored.

Episode 3 - Reading Design

What is a library? This episode offers a thoughtful look at the purpose of libraries as it profiles three of Winnipeg’s most distinctive.

Episode 4 - Crack the Sky

Winnipeg’s interest in skyscrapers dates back to 1912, while today our city is home to the most energy-efficient office tower in North America.

Episode 5 - Temples of Trade

Main Street houses the best preserved early twentieth century banking district in Canada – here’s three of the most impressive structures.

Episode 6 - Civic Plan: 60’s Modernism

Intended to revitalize Main Street, the Centennial Concert Hall, City Hall, Manitoba Theatre Centre and Manitoba Museum framed a vision for Winnipeg’s future.

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