Paul-William FrancoeurPartner, Interior Designer APDIQ, IDC
A certified interior designer, Paul-William Francoeur has led more than fifty interior designs of all scales including restaurants, boutiques, hotels, offices and commercial spaces since he joined the Provencher_Roy practice in 2014. His holistic and multidisciplinary approach to design, ranging from graphic design to furniture, he has led several large-scale mandates as an associate designer since 2017, including phase 1 of the Quartier des Lumières (QDL), a building of 265 housing units and services located on the historic site of Radio-Canada in Montreal, and the development of the new offices of the Société québécoise des infrastructures (SQI) and the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion (MIDI) in Carré Saint-Laurent.
The development of commercial spaces, particularly in the restaurant sector, remains his primary expertise. He has renovated and modernized the famous Feirrera Café on Peel Street in Montreal, designed the restaurants Graziella, Europea and Bloom – Izakaya Sushi Bar, as well as several branches of the LOV restaurant in Montreal, Toronto, Laval and Brossard. The interior design of the new duty-free shops at Montreal’s Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport, as well as several projects in the hotel sector, such as the expansion and renovation of the Manoir Rouville-Campbell in Mont-Saint-Hilaire and the Hôtel Mortagne in Boucherville, illustrate the versatility of Paul-William Francoeur’s professional practice over the past fifteen years.