Chatelaine House Pavilion
Visitors to the Man in the House exhibit on ile Notre-Dame, close to the Expo-Express station, will have a chance to win both the home and its content.
The three level house is a new imaginative concept in family living, an outstanding design that was the prize-winner from over 130 entries in a Canada wide competition sponsored by Canadian Lumbermen's Association.
Conceived by Gustavo da Roza, architect and teacher of Winipeg, for an average family in their late thirties with three children, it was built and furnished at Expo by Chatelaine magazine. The decorations and furnishings, like the home, are entirely Canadian in desing and execution.
The ground floor is a complete hobby and work center, with living areas and kitchen on the second level.
On the third level, three bedrooms and two bathrooms make-up the sleeping quaters with a master-bedroom balcomy that overlooks the living room.
Visitors will see the wine cellar, gardening center, sewing center, swimming pool and forever-green man-made lawn that you vacuum, never cut or water. It is, in fact, the perfect home for modern living.
( Document: Official Guide of l'Expo 67, Copyright 1967 by Maclean-Hunter Publishing Co. Ltd. )