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Stéphane Groleau

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Grand Théâtre de Québec Restoration / Lemay + Atelier 21

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Campus Simons / GKC Architectes

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Modern Montréal: Canada's City of Design

Few cities combine architecture and culture like Montréal. Canada’s second largest metropolis, the City of Saints has become a leading center for design, technology, and international events. With close ties to its natural context, the island city was named after the triple-peaked hill located at its heart, Mount Royal. Today, contemporary designs continue to emerge, new structures that are transforming the cityscape and its urban fabric.

© David Boyer© Steve MonpetitCourtesy of Ædifica© Stephane Brugger+ 11

Opeongo Park Service Center Pavilion / Anne Carrier architecture

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Zinc-Coated Buildings: 20 Recyclable and Durable Facades

Zinc is a natural element extracted from ores. Its symbol, which appears in the dreaded Periodic Table, is Zn. Through a metallurgical process of burning its impurities (reducing zinc oxide and refining), it assumes a much more friendly appearance, and later becomes the sheets, coils, and rollers used in construction. The main characteristic of this material is its malleability, which allows it to be worked easily, allowing to cover complex forms in facades and roofs of buildings.

Visitor Center for Seigneurie-des-Aulnaies / Anne Carrier architecture

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Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, Canada

Centre de Services Le Bonnallie / Anne Carrier architecture

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Orford, Canada

The Slender House / MU Architecture

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Ogden, Canada

Fire Station #5 / STGM Architectes + CCM2 Architectes

© Stéphane Groleau© Alexandre Guérin© Stéphane Groleau© Stéphane Groleau+ 20

Videotron Centre / Équipe SAGP + Populous

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Le Monastère des Augustines / ABCP Architecture

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Québec City, Canada

15 Awe-Inspiring Libraries That Will Make You Want to Read All Day

From community meeting hubs to secluded refuges, places to learn and places to study, libraries can be so much more than just a place to a check out a book. With this in mind, we’ve rounded-up 15 awe-inspiring libraries, including a Canadian church that was converted into a library, the first library in Muyinga, Burundi – built using participatory design and local materials – and the largest academic library in Finland. See what makes each of the libraries unique after the break.

Desjardins Group Head Office / ABCP architecture + Anne Carrier Architectes

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Harfang-Des-Neiges Primary School / CCM2 Architectes + Onico Architecture

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Stoneham, Canada

Lebourgneuf Community Center / CCM2 architectes

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Quebec City, Canada

Montmagny Courthouse / CCM2 Architectes + Groupe A + Roy-Jacques Architectes

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STGM Head Office / STGM Architectes

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L-House / CCM2 Architectes

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Fossambault-sur-le-Lac, Canada
  • Architects: CCM2 Architectes
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  140 Area:  140
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2012 Year:  2012