• December 14, 2021

The year ends on a high note as the AN Best of Design announces the winning projects for their 2021 competition!

A view of Humaniti Vertical Village in downtown MontrealNew wins

The Grand Théâtre de Québec has added another victory to its list of awards, in the Restoration and Preservation category. The sensitive project that preserves a modern architectural icon stood out thanks to its unique collaboration between all project stakeholders.

Learn more about this collaborative process in this video.

Finalized earlier this year, Humaniti also caught the judges attention. The project’s unique design won the award in the ‘multiple use’ category. Humaniti seeks to create a vertical community in the city centre through its design and sustainability strategy.

Honourable Mention

A hybrid between a forest and public space? Our team designed and proposed Hypernature 066 for a competition organized by the City of Montreal. The proposal garnered a mention in the “Landscape – Unbuilt” category. Great recognition for this sensitive response to current societal and environmental changes.

These awards remind us of the importance of uncovering unique opportunities in our approaches. Whether it’s preserving our modern heritage, creating a sense of community in the city or rethinking our public spaces.