Montréal Tower

PrizeHonorable Mention in Architectural Design / Restoration & Renovation
Firm Location, Canada
Lead ArchitectClaude Provencher

The Montréal Tower, designed by Roger Taillibert, had a major make over to better reflect its new corporate vocation. Its existing concrete facings were replaced with a glass curtain wall. Besides providing natural light and revealing its spectacular structure, it ensures great permeability between the tower's interior and exterior, and offers a solution that is respectful of the original intent. Remarkably expressive and firmly anchored in Montréal's urban landscape, this revitalization project, helps preserve, improve, and breathe new life into the world's tallest inclined tower.