Articles tagged Quebec


Should heritage government buildings be thinking about (spatial) democracy?

Quebec City, Canada – Unchanged for over 100 years, the National Assembly of Quebec has a new reception pavilion targeted at the general public, thanks to Provencher_Roy and GLCRM …


A retirement residence in Quebec helps senior citizens live better, by empathetic design

Sainte-Dorothée, Quebec – Montreal-based firm ADCF Architecture develops a humane residence to aid Québécois senior citizens in retaining their independence and autonomy.

Village au Pied du Courant organised by La Pépinière. Photo Lorenzo Saroli-Palumbo

An ephemeral village organised by La Pépinière animated disused urban spaces

MONTREAL – As summer came to a bittersweet end, so did the summer pavilions and festivals. We look back on one of Montreal’s yearly architectural villages.

CHUM by Neuf Architectes and Cannon Design. Photo Adrien Williams

A new Montreal super-hospital saves the day

MONTREAL – After nearly a decade of work on the project, Montreal hosts a new super-hospital designed by Cannon Design and NEUF architectes.


Mark A-to-Z: Q is for Quebec

Cover up and put your snow boots on. Here are five projects highlighting Quebec’s appeal.

Impostor by les malcommodes. Photos Simon Parent

Impostor by Les Malcommodes catches the tourist gaze

QUEBEC CITY – The picturesque Quebec City welcomes a splash of colour on its waterfront with the new installation by Les Malcommodes.

High House by Delordinaire. Photos Olivier Blouin

Delordinaire plays with the archetype of a home to create interesting relationships

QUEBEC CITY – The design of a private residence piques the interest of passing bears and accommodates the client’s wishes for a platform to take in the sublime views.


Art Cascade: Stacked and staggered boxes connect park and city

QUEBEC – OMA’s new museum building in Quebec ties together city and park.


Jean Verville facilitates a family’s everyday life in the brightest colours

QUEBEC – Fahouse is a modern version of the cabin in the woods which ticks all the boxes without being too square.

The site-specific installation stands out amongst its neighbouring context thanks to its bright colour.

Fontaine/Fortin/Labelle’s Petite Vie installation challenges public perception

QUEBEC – Awareness of space and how we make a judgment on the surface is the driving force behind a street installation for Quebec’s 2015 public art festival.

High performance concrete siding combined with Eastern Cedar wood clad the exterior of the building.

STGM Head Office by STGM Architectes

QUEBEC – STGM Architectes goes green in the design of the firm’s own head office, making use of innovative solutions to attain a high level of sustainability.

The frame of the ground floor takes after the local, gabled-barn format.

Bolton Residence by NatureHumaine

MONTREAL – Montreal-based NatureHumaine give the Canadian barn a contemporary lift in a residential lodge.

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