Association des architectes en pratique privée du Québec
Project: Architectes en série, season 2
Description: production of five short videos on the theme of “architecture, everywhere and for everyone,” using interviews and completed projects (residential and commercial) to illustrate, in an accessible language and format, what is meant by quality in design and architecture.
Watch the 1st episode (10.14.2021) : Prenez-Place! featuring ADHOC architectes
Watch the 2nd episode (10.22.2021) : Maison-jardin featuring L. McComber - architecture vivante
Watch the 3rd episode (10.29.2021) : Grand Théâtre de Québec featuring Christian Bernard, senior architect and partner at Atelier 21 and Éric Pelletier, main partner at Lemay
Watch the 4th episode (11.06.2021) : Bibliothèque de Pierrefonds with Sergio Morales, architect and partner at Chevaliers Morales architectes
Watch the 5th episode (11.12.2021) : Maison Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine with Anik Shooner, architect et president of Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes
Architecture sans frontières Québec
Project: Using design and architecture in the fight against homelessness in Montréal
Description: production and distribution of an overview of best practices in architecture, design, and planning that have a positive social impact on the issue of homelessness. The project includes a research component, a symposium, a webinar, and the production of a catalogue.
Conseil des métiers d'art du Québec
Pilot project: Design, knowledge, and knowhow / enhancement of 15 heritage interiors
Description: a new digital collaborative space to share and disseminate information aimed at documenting and enhancing heritage interiors, their specific characteristics, and the knowhow and expertise required to preserve and restore them.
Project: Quartier Durable x Design Montréal
Description: creation of a digital extension of the cooperative game Quartier Durable, an awareness-raising tool that helps develop design skills, deconstructs prejudices, and helps people understand the impact of design on the transition an on quality of life. The project includes the facilitation of 30 free workshops in 2022.
Université de Montréal, UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape
Project: nPlex exemplary local projects
Description: public-facing interactive web app that uses dynamic maps and detailed information sheets to present actions within anyone’s reach that have produced exemplary results in design, restoration, insertion, process, and so on.