- November 9, 2021
Four Lemay projects caught the jury’s eye at the 2021 Architecture Masterprize, earning the firm four distinct awards last week.
These projects shone thanks to their transformative vision while respecting their environments.
Here are our winning projects:
- The Grand Théâtre de Québec, in collaboration with Atelier 21 won the Restoration and Renovation category. The delicate glass envelope that protects this historical landmark inspired the jury with its effortless integration while respecting the architectural heritage of the building.
- The Parcs Nature’s design approach to subtly integrate its structures with the current environment earned it the Public category award.
- Place des Montréalaises’ memorial site, designed in collaboration with Angela Silver, Elema and SNC Lavalin, won an award in the Urban Design category for its concept that addresses the urban divide created by the Ville-Marie Expressway to re-marry Old Montreal with the city’s downtown.
- MIL Campus Sciences Complex with Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux and NFOE Architects, won the “Institution” category. The campus’s sustainable complex celebrates the synergistic relationship between its academic community and surrounding neighbourhood.
Congratulations to our team and partners for this incredible recognition!