Atelier TAG

Pavillon pour la Paix Michal et Renata Hornstein, Montréal, 2016
  • AR Architecture
  • IN Interior design
  • UR Urban design
Atelier TAG is an architecture and research partnership founded in 1997 by Manon Asselin and Katsuhiro Yamazaki. Through the careful study of sociocultural contexts within which a given program operates, their work aims at redefining the civic function of architecture and at creating meaningful experiences for its users. The team’s design methodology focuses on building technique and materiality. Their built work explores the material realm of architecture as an experiential field that engages, at a fundamental level, the consciousness of the body in space, and space grounded in a particular territory.
Latest awards


  • Prix d’excellence en architecture, Ordre des Architectes du Québec, Winner, Cultural Buildings Category - Pôle culturel de Chambly - Canada (in consortium with Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes)


  • Prix d'excellence Cecobois, Centre d'expertise sur la construction en bois, Winner, Institutional Building less than 1000 m² Categrory - Théâtre Gilles-Vigneault - Saint-Jérôme, Canada (in consortium with Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes)
Enterprise data
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Local business (Montréal, Québec, Canada): 
100 %
In business since: 
Location: Le Plateau-Mont-Royal