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The Port of Montreal Tower, designed by Provencher_Roy, is the jewel in the crown of the dramatic transformation of a crumbling infrastructure complex into an exceptional public landscape. Begun in 2013, the fruit of integrated design combines architecture and landscape
Microclimat introduces Alma Residence, the transformation of a Montreal duplex from the early century into an intimate and spacious single-family home. While the restored front facade respects the architectural language of the original duplex, the work connecting the other facades to the exterior is decidedly contemporary
Located in Montreal, Canada, Carré des Arts is a residential rental project imagined by Sid Lee Architecture and executed by ADHOC Architectes. With the expansion and conversion of the commercial premises of the former All Nations Church, this project offers a unique visual signature
The consortium of Lemay, Bisson Fortin, and Perkins&Will collectively introduce their design of 4 stations of the inaugural Rive-Sud line of the Réseau express métropolitain, a project that is transforming the Montreal cityscape. With a scale not seen since the city’s first Metro line began operations in 1966
Diamond Schmitt/Lemay Michaud announces design of McGill University’s new Vic project, revitalizing and expanding historic Royal Victoria hospital site in Montreal. Transformation of the 500,000-square-foot historic grounds will create new centre for sustainability research and innovation, opening 2027
MXMA Architecture & Design + Chamberland Design proudly introduce the MBM House, an English-style manor house located in the heart of Montreal that takes a step back in time to an era when the Tudor style dominated England between 1479 and 1607’s
Sid Lee Architecture honors the legacy of I.M. Pei with Hiatus, a new multi-story restaurant experience at the very top of Place Ville Marie, Montreal. The project was born from a collaboration with A5 Hospitality and local artisans, for Ivanhoé Cambridge, aiming to breathe new life into the city’s business district