Matthieu Geoffrion

Partner, Architect OAQ, OAA, MRAIC

Matthieu Geoffrion is a project manager and lead designer on numerous institutional mandates in the cultural sector, with thirty-some years of experience, including 20 years at Provencher_Roy, half of which as a partner.

He has led award-winning projects, like the Reception Pavilion of the National Assembly of Québec and the Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. These projects convey his expertise in working on major transformations, urban spaces and building rehabilitation projects with heritage components, as further evoked by his work on the Développement immobilier Gare Viger; South Wellington Development Analysis, Blocks 1, 2 and 3 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa; and the Technopôle Angus – Phase II master plan.

Moreover, Matthieu’s exceptional talent in designing quality spaces is conveyed through concepts he has devised in the context of various competitions (Saint Joseph’s Oratory revamping of heritage spaces, Musée d’art contemporain transformation and expansion). His design aptitudes also span the hotel industry (Square Phillips Hôtel & Suites, Diamond Peninsula Hotel in Dongguan, China); hospital (Lakeshore General Hospital, Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur-de-Montréal); education (McGill Scholars House, Îlot Molson – École de technologie supérieure); and judicial/detention centre fields (Cowansville Institution). Striving for the most precise and faithful realizations of his designs, he demonstrates rare meticulousness in the site supervision stage.