Stade de Soccer de Montréal made the RAIC International Prize shortlist

OTTAWA, February 16, 2022 — The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) announces the shortlist for the 2022 RAIC International Prize for socially transformative architecture. A nine-member jury chose the following finalists: a natural swimming pool in Edmonton, a soccer stadium in Montreal and warming huts in Winnipeg. The prize winner will be announced and celebrated virtually in June 2022.

2022 marks the fourth edition of the biennial prize, which was founded in 2013 and is open to architects from anywhere in the world.

“These three projects, shortlisted for the RAIC International Prize, epitomize the values of this special award – that the projects be socially transformative, as well as promoting human values. This short list is a testament to the quality of Canadian architecture and architectural practice today,” said Jury Chair Susan Ruptash Architect, FRAIC OAA.

To visit the RAIC International Prize website, click here

Winner of the Architectural competition for Gabrielle-Roy library in Quebec City

Official Grand Opening of the Saint-Laurent Sports Complex

The event will occur on Monday June 19th at 9AM and will be broadcast in real time on the Saint-Laurent arrondissement’s facebook page!

Click here to see the most recent pictures of the project.

Stade de soccer de Montréal Opening Ceremony

The opening ceremony of the Stade de soccer de Montréal designed by Saucier+Perrotte Architectes in joint venture with HCMA will occur next monday June 5th 2017.

Visit our publications page to view the published literature on the Stade de Soccer de Montréal and follow Saucier + Perrotte architectes on Twitter @saucierperrotte #saucierperrotte

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River City Phase 1 & 2 winner of the OAA Design Excellence Award 2017

Saucier + Perrotte architectes teamed with ZAS Architects were announced winners of a Design Excellence Award from the Ontario Association of Architects and a Lieutenant Governor’s Award for the River City project, phases 1 and 2, in Toronto.


Follow this link for more information on the River City project.

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River City Phase 1 & 2 is finalist of the OAA Design Excellence Award 2017

The River City – Phase 1 & 2 project, designed by Saucier+Perrotte Architectes in joint venture with ZAS Architects, was selected from more than 140 submissions as one the 20 finalists of the OAA Design Excellence Award 2017.
Located in Toronto’s West Don Lands, the residential project was judged on a number of criteria, including creativity, context, sustainability, good design/good business and legacy.

To see the list of finalists on the OAA website, follow this link.

Lewis Farms Community Recreation Centre, Library, Academic Centre and District Park

Beginning in 2016, Saucier + Perrotte architectes has been working in collaboration with Stantec on the design of the Lewis Farm Community Recreation Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.

In addition to major sports facilities (two arenas, three gymnasiums, one aquatic centre with 50m lane pool and diving centre) the project includes a library, an academic centre and a district park.

The project is slated to open to the public in 2020.

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Stade de soccer de Montréal nominated amongst the most distinguished works on the American continent

We are honored to reveal that the Stade de soccer de Montréal by Saucier + Perrotte / HCMA architects is nominated for the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize 2014/15. The MCHAP recognizes the most distinguished architectural works built on the North and South American continents. For more information please visit the 2016 IIT Selected Works. Follow Saucier + Perrotte architectes on Twitter @saucierperrotte #saucierperrotte

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The Stade de soccer de Montréal by Saucier+Perrotte Architectes and HCMA wins a Wood Design Honor Award

The Wood Design & Building magazine, in partnership with the Canadian Wood Council, sponsored by Sustainable Forestry Initiative and Western Red Cedar, congratulates Saucier + Perrotte Architectes and Hughes Condon Marler Architects with an Honor Award for the new Stade de soccer du Complexe Environnemental de St-Michel; as one of the projects that “pushed the boundaries of what is thought of as conventional applications for wood product – reaffirming wood’s versatility within construction.”

For further details, please see the official announcement.

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UBC Pharmacy Building shortlisted among most outstanding projects in the Americas

We are pleased to announce that the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize recognized UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences / Centre for Drug Research and Development Building, designed by Saucier + Perrotte architectes / HCMA among Most Outstanding Projects in the Americas. For more information please visit the IIT Selected Works page. Follow Saucier + Perrotte architectes on Twitter @saucierperrotte #saucierperrotte

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