The architecture for this addition to Montreal’s Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport facilities eloquently expresses the project’s three components: the Marriott Hotel, the Aéroports de Montréal’s corporate headquarters and the new transborder terminal. The complex reflects the guiding principles of the airport’s architectural vocabulary, expressing elegance, fluidity and effectiveness. Its architectural expression proposes variations in tectonics that clearly illustrate each of the building’s components.
Set down upon the new terminal, the hotel component, whose curtain-wall reveals the private character of its program, expresses the elegance of a contemporary residence. A covered footbridge links it to the international terminal.
Dorval, Aéroport international Piere-Elliott-Trudeau
Adamax Immobilier inc.
30 000 m2
Pageau Morel et Associés
Pasquin Saint-Jean & Associés
Davidson + Associés
Jean-Guy Lambert / Gilles Lauzon
Axor Experts-Conseil Inc
At the building’s base, the transborder air terminal’s double-story level, spacious and luminous, penetrates the hotel’s public floor and lifts the building with a gesture imbued with lightness.
The ADM’s corporate headquarters rests atop the building. Its architecture, a beacon inspired by the headquarters’ programme, provides its interior spaces with omnipresent light and a panoramic view of all airport activities and, on the horizon, the city of Montreal. Its colonnade, delicate and dynamic, is its signature.
Universal accessibility Honorific Mention, Ordre des architectes du Québec
3rd Prize, Association des entrepreneurs en revêtement métallique du Québec
Armatura Award, Commercial category, Institut d’acier d’armature du Québec
Interior Award | Ferdie - 1er Price – Hotels