TELLING ABOUT THE CITY FROM
A UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE

TELLING ABOUT THE CITY FROM A UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE

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Montreal 360 is a 192-page historical book. From the sky, the Quebec metropolis finally reveals its secrets. Thanks to an impressive selection of archival images and beautiful current photographs, this dive into Montreal's history is an experience in itself: a soaring glide over the past to better understand the present.

Montreal 360 is a 192-page historical book. From the sky, the Quebec metropolis finally reveals its secrets. Thanks to an impressive selection of archival images and beautiful current photographs, this dive into Montreal's history is an experience in itself: a soaring glide over the past to better understand the present.

Montreal 360 is a 192-page historical book. From the sky, the Quebec metropolis finally reveals its secrets. Thanks to an impressive selection of archival images and beautiful current photographs, this dive into Montreal's history is an experience in itself: a soaring glide over the past to better understand the present.

Montreal 360 is a 192-page historical book. From the sky, the Quebec metropolis finally reveals its secrets. Thanks to an impressive selection of archival images and beautiful current photographs, this dive into Montreal's history is an experience in itself: a soaring glide over the past to better understand the present.


SOLUTION

This conceptual book plays with minimalist graphic codes from the 60s and 70s, with the 1967 World Expo and the Olympic Games. The reader is repeatedly asked to turn the book around for a 360-degree reading experience.

This conceptual book plays with minimalist graphic codes from the 60s and 70s, with the 1967 World Expo and the Olympic Games. The reader is repeatedly asked to turn the book around for a 360-degree reading experience.

This conceptual book plays with minimalist graphic codes from the 60s and 70s, with the 1967 World Expo and the Olympic Games. The reader is repeatedly asked to turn the book around for a 360-degree reading experience.

This conceptual book plays with minimalist graphic codes from the 60s and 70s, with the 1967 World Expo and the Olympic Games. The reader is repeatedly asked to turn the book around for a 360-degree reading experience.

PHOTOS: DAPHNÉ CARON AND NICOLAS GAUTHIER
SET DESIGN: JESSICA CHABOT

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85, RUE ALBERT #201
SHERBROOKE (QUÉBEC)  J1H 1N1

85, RUE ALBERT #201
SHERBROOKE (QUÉBEC)  J1H 1N1

85, RUE ALBERT #201
SHERBROOKE (QUÉBEC)  J1H 1N1

85, RUE ALBERT #201
SHERBROOKE (QUÉBEC)  J1H 1N1

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