Lectures and media
THE RED BOARDWALK PROJECT ON SAINT-DENIS
Plateau Mont-Royal, Montréal.
A evolving temporary public space that will mutate during the construction work surroundings. The first phase is the 1KM long red boardwalk.
New signage and urban visibility for Concordia University
The project aims to consolidate the urban visibility of this major institution in Montreal. The concept is based on 3 key areas : establish Concordia underground network as an important part of ''Montreal souterrain'', create a strong expression of the gates onto street level and create a unique Concordia skyline, a luminous light line jumping from building to building in the district.
Granite museum at Bussière quarry
Drolet lake, Québec
An exhibition describing the granite industry's history. Large engravings are set into large plates of recycled granite. The interpretation center and permanent exhibit are located at the heart of 17 quarries that surround this particular quarry, one of which was used for the construction of Saint-Joseph's Oratory. The programme includes a cultural park and interpretation center. The project was realized in collaboration with Humà.
Infoscapes linking Montréal museums
The goal of this project was to link together 32 Montréal museums using a common visual identity. The design revolves around a series of paths that help discover museums located in various parts of the city. The project was realized in collaboration with Intégral Ruedi Baur.
Lighting as identity for downtown
In collaboration with Rudi Baur, we created this Montreal area's visual identity and installation using a lighting design that reflects the city's changing activities. For the following eight years, up until 2012, we managed and developed the site's lighting choreography.
Evolving landscape at Montréal airport
We were invited to submit a design proposal for a large-scale installation at Montreal's airport. A total of 21 glass panels are used to display the letters YUL. This project was realized in collaboration with Erick Villeneuve and engineers at BRP and the Transportation Technology Centre.
Memorial to the Olympics
Elements in the landscape are laid out as a grid to represent each of the olympic sports, and produce stripes along the valley. There are 30,000 poles where symbols of olympic medal winners are installed. The landscape evolves with the hosting of each new Olympic Games. This project was awarded a silver medal in a two-phase international competition that included over 150 design proposals.
la grande Bibliothèque – Québec’s national library
This project included the work of Nomade, DL / FABG Architects, signage designer Ruedi Baur and lighting designer Yann Kersalé. This design was selected in a prestigious competition that included Zaha Hadid, Portwamparc and Saucier+Perrotte Architects.