Figure 2.91: Pavillion Soixante-Dix, Saint Sauveur, Quebec. Peter D. Rose, 1979. "The building was
conceived as having two main facades. A 'real front' with dormers and a hipped roof faces the village and
approaching cars; a 'false back' confronts the mountain, sun and on rushing skiers." ("Pavillon
Soixante-Dix, St. Sauveur Quebec, [25th Annual P/A Awards]" Progressive Architecture, Jan. 1978.
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