Le Choix du Public

If you're up for flexing your archi-democratic muscles, point your mouse to the 2005 Prix d'excellence en architecture de l'Ordre des Architectes du Québec. 32 projects are finalists for the award, with voting by the public available - YOU - until July 31.

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Finalists include:
:: Anne Carrier Architectes

:: Croft Pelletier Architectes

:: Faucher Aubertin Brodeur Gauthier

:: Dan S. Hanganu Architectes

:: Hal Ingberg/James Aitken

:: Lapointe, Voyer, Lemay et Associés (pictured)

:: Marosi + Troy Architectes/Jodoin Lamarre Pratte

:: Saucier Perrotte Architectes

:: Pierre Thibault

:: And many, many more!
Project pages feature extensive galleries, so even if you aren't voting you should have fun browsing.


  1. Cool stuff. I have seen many of these around town. L'École Nationale de L'Humour is two floors below us so we see some pretty funny looking people in the elevators. Mountain Coop is a cool space, though the exterior isn't special. The Quartier international de Montréal is nice for it's reorganization of Victoria Square to it's original design and the public space created between Conference Center addition and the new Caisse de Depot. Maybe Nathalie's project will make the list next year.

  2. Yea, there's a lot of great-looking projects there. I would guess that something like Saucier + Perrotte's project or the Cirque du Soleil one will win. Guess we'll see...

  3. very cool house too ! Good Idea to present the "choix du public"


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