Heritage

Reception Pavilion of the Québec National Assembly

15_02_2022

Can architecture change our relationship to democracy? The answer in this particular case comes in a spiral ramp that forms a scenographic trail from the entrance of the Québec National Assembly’s reception pavilion to the heritage building’s core. Inaugurated in May 2019, the pavilion presented an opportunity to transform the ties between citizens and their […]

Pierre Lassonde Pavilion – Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec | MNBAQ

03_02_2021

EXPANSION The new Pierre Lassonde Pavilion of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, realized by the OMA* AMO Architecture P.C. / Provencher_ Roy, imparts a newfound architectural cohesiveness to the Musée and increases by 90% the exhibition space. Linked to the existing museum complex by a 130.6 meters long passageway, the building aims to weave […]

Scholars House – McGill Campus

24_10_2020

To create a dialogue between the past and the future through the medium of natural light. This was the guiding vision behind the Scholars House project, whose mission is to host and support students from Canada and around the world pursuing graduate studies in Montreal. The project proposed a living environment conducive to shaping tomorrow’s […]

Mont-Saint-Louis High School – Multifunctional Pavillon

03_05_2019

BBBL_Groupe Provencher_Roy Built in 1974, the original gymnasium alone no longer met the needs of the Collège’s student clientele. Indeed, the increase in the number of pupils over the years, as well as the development of sports activities at school and extra-curricular level, has led to the need to build a second double gymnasium on […]

Fort de Ville-Marie – Québécor Pavilion and First Collector Sewer / Pointe-à-Callière

12_09_2018

The new Fort de Ville-Marie building will be part of the Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, a major development project that will incorporate the Montréal Museum’s current buildings: the Éperon, the Ancienne-Douane, Youville Pumping Station and the Mariners’ House. The Fort de Ville-Marie project is located in Montréal’s Old Port on the site of the […]

Baril Elementary School

07_09_2018

BBBL – Groupe Provencher_Roy The Old Baril School, located in the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough, was built in 1910 and had a heritage value of interest both for the history of Montreal architecture and for the neighbourhood community. The original building was in a state of irreversible deterioration due to the presence of significant mould and the […]

West Sainte-Catherine Street, Phillips Square and Place du Frère-André

30_04_2018

REVITALIZATION AND REDEVELOPMENT 2020 – SAINTE-CATHERINE STREET WEST For more than two centuries, its development has been in step with the eclectic pace of the city and its colourful inhabitants. In downtown Montreal, Sainte-Catherine Street West, as well as Phillips Square and Place du Frère-André, blends the past and the present. Architects the world over […]

Pointe-à-Callière – Montréal Archeology and History Complex

15_09_2017

The Pointe-à-Callière Museum conforms to the triangular shape of the property, in addition to maintaining the volumetrics and proportions of the Royal Insurance building – the last one to occupy the site. Like a missing link added to a chain, the museum unifies and restores continuity to the series of fragmented structures along de la […]

Montréal Tower – Olympic Park

19_07_2017

Designed by architect Roger Taillibert, the Montréal Tower was refurbished so the employees of the AccèsD online services platform of the Desjardins Group could enjoy modern work spaces. A simple yet ambitious aim fueled this multidisciplinary project: to inhabit a symbol and its history. To achieve this result, however, almost all of the tower’s mechanical […]