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In the library, there are desks grouped together for discussions, individual ones with lockable cabinets for personal belongings, and lots of great light — the original co-sharing workspace.The proprietors recently opened a third venue on the same block, Le Vin Papillon, where the menu changes daily on blackboard walls.I order radishes with a biscuit, shaved celery root, and snow crab.Image via Byblos Petit Cafe9am: Byblos Petit Cafe How can I not order the Oriental Omelette at Byblos Petit Cafe, an Iranian restaurant in the bohemian neighborhood of Plateau Mont-Royal? This popular breakfast spot delivers; perfectly scrambled eggs, sprinkled with cardamon, rose petals and crushed nuts, are paired with sweet bread embedded with traces of black sesame paste, all washed down with a bitter strong tea.Image via Safdie Architects10am: Musee Des Beaux-Arts The impetus for this quick sojourn is Peter Doig: No Foreign Lands at the Musee Des Beaux-Arts, a recent exhibition that originated in Scotland and does not travel to the US.The exhibition surveys the last dozen years and earlier romantic work is marked by compositions that are framed by sky meets water, forest meets sand, water meets land.
The more recent paintings resonate with more deliberate architectural motifs — oversized speakers, ping pong tables, diving boards and hammocks.
I enter through the Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion, another Safdie design, built in 1991 (above) and is fussy and aggressive.
Doig’s exhibition is thankfully presented in the oldest pavilion, a sturdy, neoclassical building from 1912.
East Montreal, QC H2L 5C4 Grande Bibliothèque, room M.450 a.m.
8am: Habitat 67Montreal’s Trudeau Airport staff are barely in place when I disembark from the plane.
In no time, I’m racing toward the nearly 50-year-old Habitat 67, Moshe Safdie’s thesis at Mc Gill University turned model housing project for the World Fair Expo.