STM Stinson Transport Centre

Blog October 30, 2013
This LEED Gold transport centre lies on an analogy based on the concept of weaving relationships, ideas and actions. Stitched taking into account the client's objectives and the urban fabric, this project proposes an innovative and ecofriendly architectural pattern. Braided with building’s functions and resident’s needs, the roof appears as a patchwork of green strips and white roofs. Interwoven into a coherent ensemble optimizing vehicular movement, administrative offices and natural light, this unique project was definitely knitted as a model in the industry.
To see Pierre Larouche, partner at Lemay, and Jocelyn Leblanc, project manager at the Société de transport de Montréal, talk about Stinson Transport Center on Canal Argent, click here... ( the interview starts at 8 min 50 ). To read the article published in the October 7th 2013 edition of the La Presse newspaper… To see the article in L'Actualité... To see the article on v2com.biz... To see the article on voirvert.ca...
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