Urban planning - Urban Design

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 […]

Bois-Franc TOD Area

11_01_2021

DETAILLED PLANIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM Office area 39,600 m² Commercial area 37,700 m² 7,700 new housing units 3 schools 2 public squares 9 neighbourhood and neighbourhood parks 2 structuring green corridors. Intermodal and multifunctional hub near an REM station Sustainable mobility network focused on user-friendliness and safety of active travel Restructuring of the urban grid in […]

Saint-Basile-le-Grand TOD area

10_11_2020

The objective of this planning exercise is to define the general guidelines of the development project with a view to allowing for greater building density, while ensuring that it harmonizes with the existing built environment. Without fixing the master plan, which will evolve over time, the development concept will focus on defining the spatial and […]

Saint-Anne-de-Bellevue

17_02_2020

SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR THE NORTHERN SECTOR _ Gateway to the ecoterritory of the Rivière à l’Orme Ecoforestry Corridor _ Urban grid dictated by the shape of the natural environment _ 43-hectare employment ecopark adjacent to the terminus of the Metropolitan Express Network _ 25-hectare residential sector complementary to the employment function

Reception pavilion – Parcours Gouin

14_08_2019

BBBL – Groupe Provencher_Roy The project for the reception pavilion of the Parcours Gouin trail and the development of its surrounding area, situated in Basile-Routhier Park in the Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough, near the Rivière des Prairies, is a model of sustainable development. It is Montreal’s first building to achieve net-zero energy consumption, meaning it generates as […]

Henri B

23_11_2018

PHASE 1 This signature project encourages the adoption of a more socially and ecologically responsible lifestyle. The pedestrian experience is enriched by paths punctuated by architectural sub-spaces or varied landscapes. An uninterrupted architectural rhythm, marked by wayfinding signs that facilitate pedestrian orientation, is taking hold. An evident link between the ground floor and the public […]

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 […]