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Gabriel Lacombe, Virginie Roy-Mazoyer

Gabriel Lacombe & Virginie Roy-Mazoyer, landscape architects
Vancouver (British Columbia) & Montréal (Québec) Canada

Virginie Roy-Mazoyer is a landscape architect at Lemay in Montreal and Gabriel Lacombe, also a landscape architect, is a teaching assistant at the University of British Columbia where he completed his master's degree in architecture. Gabriel co-founded the Atelier MAP in 2010 that has completed several projects.

With a vision enriched by their experiences locally and internationally, the atelier promotes the eclecticism of the creative process. They work by integrating architectural, landscape and construction processes into the conceptualization process in order to create coherent projects that integrate with their environment and meet the needs of users while offering a direct dialogue with the site.

Among their various projects include their participation in the Festival des architectures vives in Montpelier (France) with the Green Wash garden and the installation in 2015 of L'escalier at Le Village au Pied-du-Courant in Montreal. In Québec City, Quand les avions en papier ne partent plus au vent, by Atelier MAP, is part of Passages Insolites 2017.

Collaborators
Laurie Brault, Karl Choquette

Garden produced by this designer: La Chrysalide
 
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