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Upscale, yet discreet, locally sourced materials reflect the voluntary sobriety that makes up Desjardins’ DNA and its engagement in the province’s economy. Photo Credit: David Boyer

Desjardins’ executive floors at Complexe Desjardins, Montréal

Firm LocationMontreal , Canada
Project locationMontréal, Québec, Canada
CompanyProvencher_Roy Design Intérieur
Lead ArchitectRichard Noël (Designer and Partner)
Design TeamMélissa Bélanger (Architect and Partner, Project manager) Paul Muth (Architect, Deputy Project Manager ) Johannie Marcoux (Designer : Execution) Julien-Pierre Laurendeau (Designer : Conception) Kim Tétreault (Designer : Concept and furniture)
ClientGroupe Immobilier Desjardins Inc.

Desjardins’ unique social vision – and the tower’s Brutalist heritage – set the tone for a particularly elegant revamping of the upper executive floors. The masterful layout places the human being at the heart of the project, showcasing the cooperative and its values. Upscale, yet discreet, locally sourced materials reflect the voluntary sobriety that makes up Desjardins’ DNA and its engagement in the province’s economy. Provencher_Roy Design Intérieur systematically favoured noble durable materials from Québec, such as the white oak wood on workspace surfaces, and terrazzo tiles.