Nicolas Demers-Stoddart

Partner, Architect
OAQ, B. ING

Nicolas Demers-Stoddart

Partner, Architect
OAQ, B. ING

Expertise

Nicolas Demers-Stoddart joined the Provencher_Roy team in 2011 and has since played a top-tier design role. He has worked as design manager on numerous projects, including Gare Viger and the reception pavilion of the Québec National Assembly, the latter the winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence. He was also involved in the design of the Iberville International Maritime Terminal and Alexandra Pier ; Carré Saint-Laurent ; and the 1:X exhibition. Before signing on with Provencher_Roy, Nicolas worked at OMA New York, most notably on the design of the Marina Abramovic Institute for the Preservation of Performance Art (MAI). He distinguishes himself through his extensive experience with projects having a strong heritage component, and by his contemporary approach.

Nicolas is also involved in teaching, and has led a workshop on architecture and industrial design at the Université de Montréal, in addition to teaching emergency engineering at Polytechnique Montréal. He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Concordia University, a Bachelor of Architecture from the Université de Montréal, and a Master of Architecture from McGill University. Nicolas sits on the Urban Planning Advisory Committee of the Le Sud-Ouest borough, and on McGill University’s Architecture Review Board. He was Engineer Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve from 2003 to 2013.