Casino de Montréal, Canada

Jean Faugeron and André Blouin
Date Built
Île Notre-Dame
The Casino de Montréal occupies three buildings, two of which are former pavilions from Expo 67.  One is the French Pavilion, a nine storey structure that was one of the largest on the exhibition site. 

It was designed by Jean Faugeron and André Blouin.  After the fair closed this pavilion was converted into the Palais De la Civilization, an historical and sociological museum.  In 1993 it was converted again, this time into the city's casino.  This new venture also incorporated the former Quebec Pavilion (see below) and added a new third block.