Finalists announced for Prix d’excellence en architecture

The 17 finalists in the running for the Prix d'excellence and People's Choice awards at the Prix d'excellence en architecture have been announced.

The Ordre des architectes du Québec has announced the 17 finalists in the running for the Prix d’excellence en architecture and the program’s People’s Choice Award.

The winning projects will be announced on April 19, 2024, at a gala event at Espace St-Denis in Montreal. Four individuals or organizations will also be honoured for their outstanding contributions to the field of architecture.

Through the Prix d’excellence en architecture, the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) aims to raise awareness of the many dimensions of architectural quality, and promote the architect’s role in designing sustainable living environments.

The 17 finalists include the following.

Les Versants by Architecturama, Moulin de l’Île Perrot by Beaupré Michaud et Associés, Station L by Jean-Maxime Labrecque, Territoire Charlevoix by Atelier L’Abri, ÎLOT ROSEMONT by Lapointe Magne et associés, ELI Condos by ADHOC architectes, Pavillon d’accueil de l’Insectarium de Montréal by PELLETIER DE FONTENAY, Promenade Samuel-De Champlain – Phase 3 by Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker, Centre national intégré du manufacturier intelligent (CNIMI) by NFOE inc, Complexe multisport de Saint-Georges by ABCP architecture en consortium avec Marie-Lise Leclerc architecte + Bilodeau Baril Leeming architectes, École de l’Étincelle (Lab-École) by Agence Spatiale, Appareil Architecture et BGLA architecture, HEC Montréal Édifice Hélène-Desmarais by Provencher_Roy, La boîte à lumière by _naturehumaine, Micro-Cabine – Méandre by Appareil Architecture, Distillerie du St.Laurent by Atelier Pierre Thibault et ultralocal architectes, Cité Angus Phase II by Ædifica and La Tour du Port de Montréal by Provencher_Roy.

The jury for the Prix d’excellence en architecture 2024 is led by architect Gilles Saucier (Saucier+Perrotte). It also includes architects Gil Hardy (NÓS), Renée Mailhot (La Shed) and André Potvin, retired professor at Université Laval’s School of Architecture. Angela Konrad, general and artistic director of Usine C, also contributed to the selection process as a public representative.

For more information on the finalists, click here.

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