Colour installer: The work of Quebec architect, Hal Ingberg whose expertise in coloured & reflective glass is sampled here. See Blogroll for a link to his site.

Text is taken from Hal Ingberg’s Facebook site /

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Montreal Convention Centre by architects Tétrault, Dubuc, Saia & Assoc.  Hal Ingberg architecte (Independant architectural consultant and co-designer) /

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For Réflexions Colorées, de Métis/Reford Gardens Quebecsemi reflective, laminated glass sandwiching an interlayer of coloured film. Triangular anodised aluminium edge beams stabilize the vertical glass panels both at the top of the installation and at its base (hidden below the earth).  http://divisare.com/projects/17166-Hal-Ingberg-Coloured-Reflections /

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Papa: the peaked structure is made up of a series of coloured glass panels that light up an otherwise ordinary intersection. It was the winning submission in a national “public art and landscape integration” competition held by the National Capital Commission. Situated in Gatineau, Québec /

Hal Ingberg's coloured glass work

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Katsu is a permanent work integrated into the rehearsal hall and roof terrace of the Théâtre de Quat’sous by the Montreal architects FABG /

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Beacon (with Mathieu Larouche) was built for the 4th Biennale de Montréal in 2004. It was conceived as a tool of attraction to induce visitors to appropriate a space rarely used in the autumn /

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Dirty-Magic was created for the inaugural Paysages Éphémères event in 2005 /

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Scheme for Planetarium de Montreal

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