Strathcona Building while a series of pressing the window, awakening from a piano roll of antique mechanical music, bringing light into a smaller space in it. Front glass façade, overlooking Sherbrooke Street, allowing a very beautiful day to soak up a library and conference room, interior create an environment conducive to learning and research for visitors and residents of the Faculty of Music. This building is adjacent to the historic Strathcona Building, existing home Faculty of Music, which houses one of the main facility university concert. The new program adds the faculty room, and include a library, recital hall, state-of-the-art multimedia and studio practice, and faculty offices.The site is a narrow land between Aylmer Street and the east wing of the existing school building. Anchor multimedia design studio. This is the volume of polished limestone nearly five stories high, it is “embedded” three stories into the ground at the north end parking lot. A three-story high library sits just above the recital hall, where three additional floors of office buildings and new space.The practices associated with the old school building with a glass bridge that runs through the main entrance to the building east and west facade hall.The plane discrete frame views of the city along Aylmer Street and headed for the mountains. East façade wrapped in a black zinc and gray, with a long strip windows that lit hallway, and open the large glass entrance into the library. Practice rooms and technical studios also inhabit the southern underground world of multimedia studio. On top of submerged chambers, at street level, lies a recital hall and main entrance. A concrete folded plane defines space and appears to support the main part of the building above. this plane generates a field of eroded land leading to the Mount Royal Montreal outside.