Eric Pelletier's expertise in the planning, design and construction of cultural venues is recognized in the design community.
Eric Pelletier began his architectural career as co-founder of the firm Croft Pelletier architectes, in 1995. In its 14-year existence, the firm carried out numerous award-winning projects, at home and abroad. Eric has worked as project manager and lead designer on multiple distinctive mandates, chiefly cultural, including many libraries: the Bibliothèque du Boisé, which earned the OAQ's Grand Prix of Excellence in 2015, the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), the Charlesbourg Library and the Montmagny Library, among others. In 2009, Eric founded Eric Pelletier architectes, keeping his dynamic and passionate team. In 2013, it became part of Lemay, where Éric now serves as partner and chief creative officer. His expertise in the planning, design and construction of cultural venues is recognized in the design community. A lateral thinker who explores and researches new ways of doing things, he accompanies his clients on a voyage of innovation and excellence.