His sensitive and holistic approach has led to the completion of several quality projects that have won national and international awards.
In a career spanning over 30 years, Eric Pelletier has completed a wide variety of sensitively executed projects, all with one thing in common: an approach focused on user experience and the importance of well-articulated place. His ability to adapt to change and his recognized creativity make him an attentive, inclusive and inspired designer.
A natural leader, Eric distinguishes himself by his ability to prioritize issues and promote shared information and objectives within a balanced approach. A strong communicator and passionate about architecture, Eric is also involved with the Laval University School of Architecture, giving workshops and end-of-study coaching.
Throughout his career, as a senior designer and project director, Eric has developed an expertise in cultural and institutional projects. Responsible for several distinctive mandates, he advocates a measured, careful, meaningful and supportive architecture. The Bibliothèque du Boisé and the Grand Théâtre de Québec, both winners of the OAQ’s Grands Prix d’excellence, as well as the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel, which proudly sits in the heart of Montreal, all bear witness to this.