Making their name
… in Vancouver
Saucier + Perrotte Architects (Montréal) and Hugues Condon Marler Architects (Vancouver) received the prestigious Grand Prize for Excellence from the OAQ for the exceptional merit of their Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia. Saucier + Perrotte is based in Montréal, where it has completed innovative buildings such as the Schulich School of Music at McGill University, the Collège Gérard-Godin in the Sainte-Geneviève borough, and the Philippe Dubuc boutique. The agency and its partner Hugues Condon Marler have also won a contest to design the future CESM indoor soccer complex, currently under construction.
… and in Indonesia
The Montréal-based firm ACDF Architecture have won two international contests to redesign two public markets in the Indonesian cities of Batu and Malang. The firm’s architects were already active on the international scene, with projects happening in Vietnam, the United Arab Emirates, and elsewhere.