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Remai Modern art museum is a stack of metal and glass blocks in the Canadian Prairies (Dezeen)

Toronto-based KPMB Architects has built a riverside art museum in Saskatoon, which is designed in response to the flat plains that surround the Canadian city.

The 126,000-square-foot (approximately 11,705 square metres) Remai Modern opened to the public last month.

It provides a new home for over 7,500 art works from the collection of the Mendel Art Gallery – a major cultural centre in the city that closed in 2015.

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