Mike Steinhauer is a local photographer who is keenly interested in the urban environment in particular the relationship between past and present use of space. Mike is the past director of the Bytown Museum and now works for the federal government. He is also the co-editor of Vanier Now ( http://vaniernow.ca )

Forgotten Vanier: The Butler Motor Hotel

The following article by Spacing Ottawa contributor Mike Steinhauer is cross-posted from VanierNow.ca, a new blog about the one... Read More

The Changing Face of Vanier

The architect’s design slowly emerges as the curved concrete walls of the Wabano Centre are being poured. With the undulating forms of... Read More

The Daly Building Revisited

[flickrslideshow acct_name=”66414821@N06″ id=”72157627435525540″] No other Ottawa building, before or after... Read More

Ottawa domes: the lost, the obvious, and the forgotten

[flickrslideshow acct_name=”58115594@N04″ id=”72157626262492153″] A few months back, I came across a beautiful... Read More

The “Grand Dames”: Ottawa’s historic apartment buildings

[flickrslideshow acct_name=”58115594@N04″ id=”72157625788601334″] __________________ The Bytown Museum... Read More