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Atelier Pierre Thibault

Atelier Pierre Thibault 
[Pierre Thibault, Thomas Borne, Claudia Campeau, Samuel Cocriamont, Thibault Gervasoni, Jérôme Lapierre]
Québec (Québec) Canada

The works of atelier Pierre Thibault architect are characterized by sensitive responses to customer needs and environmental context. The quality of the work and achievements of the firm and the maturity of its architectural thinking has garnered many awards in North America and Europe. Pierre Thibault relies on a team of professionals consisting of architects and senior engineers with experience and additional qualifications in the field of design, and the realization and management of architectural projects.

This unique creative process based on the interaction between the built and non-built materializes through major achievements in the institutional, cultural and residential sectors. His accomplishments include the Cistercian Abbey of Saint-Jean-de-Matha, the Exhibition Centre in Baie-Saint-Paul, the Théâtre de la Dame de coeur, the Octave-Crémazie and Louis-Fréchette rooms of the Grand Théâtre de Québec, the Espace Chorégraphique de la Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault, the museum reserve of the National Capital and Æterna Laboratories. He realized Jardin territoire for the second edition of the International Garden Festival in 2001, The architectural projects of Pierre Thibault inspired filmmaker Denys Arcand for his film, Le règne de la beauté.


Gardens produced by this designer: Jardin M, Jardin territoire, Jardins M - Métis-sur-Montréal, Les jardins mobiles
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