Radical Reuse

Grand Quai and Port of Montréal Tower


The Alexandra Pier rehabilitation project transforms the former pier into a river promenade of exceptional quality that extends the linear pedestrian network developed over several decades along the Saint Lawrence River. The Iberville Passenger Terminal, built in 1967 on the pier, was completely renovated in order to welcome cruise passengers arriving in Montréal with modern […]

World Trade Centre Montréal


This major development of a city block located in the historic quarter and international trade district of Montreal is a large-scale mixed-use, rehabilitation, restoration and new construction project. It features prestigious offices, international organizations, conference rooms, exhibition halls, an information centre, a luxury hotel, a recreation centre, a business club, boutiques, restaurants and an eight-storey […]

Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion of Québec and Canadian Art – Montreal Museum of Fine Arts


At a time when conserving religious heritage is a challenge worldwide, the architectural intervention made in 2011 for the MMFA’s Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion of Québec and Canadian Art is a stellar example of such conservation. Much lauded for its thorough architectural reflection, its exceptional urban integration and a design that bridges past and […]

Technopôle Angus – Phase II


SUSTAINABLE MASTER PLAN Located in the heart of Montreal, in the Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie borough, Technopôle Angus is a diversified, dynamic and sustainable green neighbourhood dedicated to community life and employment. Built on brownfields contaminated by former local industries, it is an initiative in sustainable urban revitalization and reconnects the area with the surrounding urban fabric. […]