Montreal Holocaust Museum by KPMB Arch + Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker Arch

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Project team
Renée Daoust, Matthew Wilson, Shirley Blumberg, Anthony Bouchard, Paulo Rocha, Rachel Stecker, Nick Choi, Dominique Morin-Robitaille, Devorah Miller, Marie-Josée Gagnon, Robert Jan Van Pelt, Sherry Simon.
Competition.- 2022. Construction.- 2023. Opening.- 2025.
2025 at 3535 Blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal, Canada.
KPMB Architects, Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker, and Studio Sang.

Bruce Kuwabara, Marianne McKenna, Shirley Blumberg. KPMB Architects

KPMB Architects. Established in 1987, KPMB is an internationally recognized architectural practice based in Canada. Their wide-ranging work has earned over 400 respected awards, including 18 Governor General’s Medals, Canada’s highest honour. Their founding partners, Bruce Kuwabara, Marianne McKenna and Shirley Blumberg, have all received the Order of Canada for their personal achievements and for KPMB’s collective contributions to improving people’s lives through the built environment. In 2021, they expanded their team, including the appointment of seven new partners: Kevin Bridgman, Steven Casey, Phyllis Crawford, Andrew Dyke, Mitchell Hall, Paulo Rocha and Bruno Weber.

The firm's 150 professionals form interdisciplinary teams to develop innovative and regenerative project solutions that meet client needs and address the major challenges of our time. Guided by its vision and anchored in its values, the firm is committed to shaping a more equitable and sustainable future through architecture and design.

Renée Daoust, Réal Lestage, Eric Lizotte, Rachel Stecker. Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker Architecture

Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker Architecture. Architecture firm based in Montreal, led by Renée Daoust (Architect, Urban designer), Réal Lestage (Urban designer), Eric Lizotte (Architect) and Rachel Stecker (Architect). Since 1988, Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker has been involved in the fields of architecture, landscape and urban design. As a multidisciplinary firm concerned with design at every scale, we strive to bridge the limitations of traditional design practices and dissolve boundaries between urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, graphic, interior, industrial and furniture design.

For each project, their approach begins with a careful reading of the site and the intrinsic qualities of the surroundings revealing traces of the past through a resolutely contemporary language. Characterized by bold simplicity, their designs demonstrate an ability to realize projects of varied nature and scope. Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker has been recognized at the international, national and provincial levels for our commitment to the realization of significant, high-quality projects at the urban and architectural scales.



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