Posted on April 4, 2017August 15, 2019Sustainability: the story from here City Fields – the winning entry in Montreal’s annual Luminotherapy competition that seeks to create an immersive winter experience. Edison Residence – a student residence facing McGill University that uses photoengraved concrete panels to animate the site’s history. 560 KM – an urban installation that offers Montrealers a glimpse into the world of timber rafting – a sensory experience that stimulates cultural memory. Irène – a mixed use building with a dynamic perforated façade that veils and reveals the activity within, creating an animated collage of collective habitation. 30 Lits – an ephemeral art installation in downtown Montreal that spontaneously transformed the vacant lot prior to the construction of the Edison Residence project. The Acre’s public art installation: Le Petanque Parc inspires people to rethink the value of neglected urban spaces through play. Port City Royal is a restaurant design that opened up a historic building that sat ‘bricked–up’ for a quarter of a century. The Picaroons General Store is an an adaptive reuse of an abandoned parking garage turned microbrewery that puts community first.