A winter relaxation station will be set up by Christmas at Place Guy-Viau, located at the intersection of Sherbrooke, Chemin de la Côte-Saint-Antoine and Avenue Royal, as part of the “winter stations” project.
The light show called Aurorama was designed to give Montrealers the experience of the northern lights. For the holidays, a large fir tree will be installed in the centre of Place Guy-Viau. Then, towards the end of January 2021, a cyclorama will take the place of the fir tree. Images of the aurora borealis in the borough’s colours, namely blue and green, will be projected there.
Created in collaboration with the Ville de Montréal’s design office, Extra Architecture & design and the Borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, this bright and playful display will add a touch of fantasy and relaxation to your local shopping experience throughout the winter season.
The site will be set up in such a way as to comply with public health instructions related to COVID-19.