- Interior design
- Urban design
In 1955, six architects with strong personalities and a variety of backgrounds founded the firm of Affleck, Desbarats, Dimakopoulos, Lebensold, Michaud & Sise. In the 1970s, the firm operated as Arcop. Throughout its long history, the firm has had a strong influence on architecture in Quebec and across Canada. In 2014, six architecture studios joined to Architecture49. The new firm combines the experience and reputation of Arcop, AE Consultants, North 46, PBK, Smith Carter and WHW Architects and has over 300 professionals across Canada. The Montreal office of Architecture49 stands out for its extensive experience in managing large- and small-scale projects and executing complex projects, particularly in the rehabilitation of large patrimonial buildings and in the hospitality sector.
- Grands Prix du Design, agence PID, Prix Centre de bien-être, d’entraînement et récréatif - Pavillon du Golf Exécutif Montréal
- Award of Excellence, Ordre des architectes du Québec, Finalist, Interior Design category - Trading Floor of the National Bank of Canada - Montreal
- Grands Prix du Design, PID agency, Office Prize Ex aequo, Office of more than 20 000 pi2 category - La Presse Headquarters - Montreal, in consortium with JBC Architectes.
- Prix du XXe siècle, Institut Royal d'architecture du Canada (IRAC) and the National Trust for Canada, Winner - Confederation Center of the Arts (1964) - Charlottetown, Prince-Edward-Island, Canada.
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