25e Prix d'excellence en architecture
by Harry / June 19, 2009


L'Ordre des architectes du Québec has announced the winners of their 25th annual Prix d'excellence en architecture. A mix of commercial, institutional and residential architecture, a few projects got our attention. The Maison Bernier-Thibault above won the Prix Marcel-Parizeau for a project that doesn't exceed $150,000 (Paul Bernier, architect and Joëlle Thibault). Another was the Quai des Cageux in Quebec City, on the Promenade Samuel-De Champlain, a beautiful new park that stretches for miles along the St-Lawrence river. The prize for interior design went to Les Architectes Duchesneau & McComber for Lignes Aériennes, a loft conversion featuring unusual sleeping quarters, and for single dwellings the prize went to the Maison en U by Natalie Dionne architecte.



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Inside the Maison Bernier-Thibault, won the Prix Marcel-Parizeau for a project that doesn't exceed $150,000 (Paul Bernier, architect and Joëlle Thibault, photos: Paul Bernier).


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Quai des Cageux in Quebec City, on the Promenade Samuel-De Champlain, a beautiful new park that stretches for miles along the St-Lawrence river. (Architect: Daoust Lestage, photos: Marc Cramer)


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Lignes Aériennes (air lines), a loft conversion featuring unusual sleeping quarters by Les Architectes Duchesneau & McComber. (photos: Steve Montpetit)


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The Maison en U by Natalie Dionne architecte. (photos: Marc Cramer)


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Inside the Maison en U.


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