Observatoire de la Capitale broadens its Horizons

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Multi-platform entertainment architect Olivier Dufour and his team created the Horizons exhibit at the newly renovated Observatoire de la Capitale nationale, at the top of Complexe G. Dufour has set up a series of fun, fact-filled walls and touch screens that accentuate the hidden charm and the history of Quebec City as seen from above. 

On May 30, the Observatoire de la Capitale opened its new Horizons exhibit on the 31st floor of the Marie-Guyart building, known to many simply as “Complexe G.” The creator, Olivier Dufour, guided the group of invited journalists through the exhibit showcasing a 360-degree view of Greater Quebec City in all its glory from a height of 221 metres.