The most well known is Clery's new facade on North Earl St, where it is being used to surround their new window extention.
Its also in use on a new building on Amiens St, as well a a building way down the quays near the Civic Offices.
Its most unusual and looks exactly like oxidised copper - just a bit darker - and has appeared in the city so suddenly, literally in the past few weeks.
Its quite striking on the Clerys extention - contrasting with the brown brick and the sleek new glass.
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I was in Ottawa in 1997 when the Parliament Building there was being re-roofed with a new copper roof. They used horse urine to haste the oxidation process to turn the copper green to match the appearance of the building with the old roof.
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