Sustainability

Saint-Bernardin School

20_09_2022

This new elementary school is part of a residential neighbourhood that includes several circus institutions (TOHU, National Circus School), a CHSLD and Frédéric-Back Park. A re-envisioned elementary school — With its open architecture, the new school consolidates the existing fabric by transforming a formerly abandoned site into a dynamic hub which improves community life. The […]

Ottawa Train Station and Via Rail Business Lounge

08_09_2022

Inaugurated in 1966, the Ottawa Station is an International Style building distinguished by the use of glass, steel, and raw concrete. It was granted the status of “Heritage Railway Station” in June of 1996. Adapting a heritage building for contemporary use — The wing refurbishment project consists of a major redevelopment, featuring a lounge for […]

Place du Portage III Renewal Project

19_07_2022

The renewal of PDP3 is founded on a premise of repairing the legacy of PdP3 in many dimensions The building is one of the largest federal office buildings in Canada and is the headquarters for both PSPC and Shared Services Canada (SSC). The renewal of PDP3 is founded on a premise of repairing the legacy […]

Hélène Desmarais Building – HEC Montréal

15_02_2022

Founded in 1907, HEC Montréal is a business school affiliated with the Université de Montréal. It trains students in all fields of management. Thanks to its exceptional teaching, it has become a leading educational and research institution, attracting students from well beyond Québec’s confines. The school has experienced an extraordinary growth since opening its second […]

Arbora – Phases II & III

15_02_2022

Arbora is an ecoresponsible housing development located on a former industrial site. The site is bound by William, de la Montagne, Eleanor and Ottawa streets, in the Griffintown neighbourhood of Montreal’s Le Sud-Ouest borough. The project contributes to the revitalization of the neighbourhood and to shaping a new urban residential area that is sustainable, innovative, […]

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 […]

Bois-Franc TOD Area

03_01_2022

TOD – TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT The Bois-Franc TOD project is part of the new metropolitan orientations aimed at linking urban planning and sustainable mobility by orienting development around public transit infrastructures in the greater Montreal area. The Bois-Franc intermodal station, located at the limits of the boroughs of Saint-Laurent and Ahuntsic-Cartierville, is destined to become […]

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 […]

Governmental Firm

10_11_2020

A transformation from a compartmentalized space with no natural light into large open and modular areas, improves the well-being of employees. Motivated by a specific design adapted to the company’s culture, the occupants are now submerged in a stimulating and new collaborative environment, that is both a living and working space. REDESIGN OF THE SPACE […]