Architects designed those space-age bubbles

If you walk around Parc Frédéric-Back (aka the old Miron quarry) you’ll see the lower inaccessible part is dotted with space-age bubble structures. They were designed by architects Lemay and Morelli and are there to capture biogas from the days when this was a massive garbage dump. The item doesn’t make clear that they’re all in an area still inaccessible to the public, though.

(If people from elsewhere insist on writing “Montréal” when they’re writing in English it’s because they’re a certain kind of lefty. It annoys me disproportionately.)