National Pulse Memorial and Museum
Studio Libeskind with Claude Cormier et Associés are among the six teams shortlisted to design the future National Pulse Memorial and Museum in Orlando, Florida.
Inauguration of Square Dorchester
The newly renovated Dorchester Square was inaugurated on June 6th, 2019. The opening marked the third phase of the redevelopment project of the northern fringe of the historic site.
The northern edge of Square Dorchester had been cut off in the mid-1900s by the construction of an underground parking garage and the widening of a street. To mark the completion of the redevelopment that debuted in 2015, Claude Cormier et associés and their client, the City of Montreal, celebrated the new design of the park which includes the installation of an atypical fountain that playfully references Montreal’s “belle-époque” period, as well as two arched pedestrian bridges that restore the park’s original pathway layout – effectively positioning the park thresholds closer to rue St-Catherine and allowing the influx of daily pedestrians to access this beautiful green space unhindered.
Kollectif: Bienvenue chez…Claude Cormier!
To conclude the sophomore season of the web series Bienvenue Chez…, Kollectif visited the home of Claude Cormier.
Breakwater Park is a promise for a magically immersive encounter with Lake Ontario. The project, for which construction began in 2012, developed in 3 parts: the revitalization of an existing park, a redesign of shoreline infrastructure, and an expansion into a neighbouring terrain vague with a derelict post-industrial dock transformed into Canada’s first deep water urban swimming pier.
Since its Summer 2018 inauguration, the increasing number of parkgoers has been an unmistakable testament to the project’s popularity and its contribution to Kingston’s urban life. This appropriation by the public concretizes our deepest wish as creators.
We warmly thank our collaborators:
Coldwater Consulting – Shoreline Engineering
WSP Canada Inc – Electrical, Structural, and Mechanical Engineering, Contract Administration
Harbourside Engineering Consultants – Seawall Engineering
Shoalts and Zabeck Architects Ltd. – Accessible Swimming Feature
BHE Ltd – General Contractor
Congratulations to the whole team!
For the 2019 edition of the Designer of the Year Awards, Designlines, Toronto’s Guide to Design, names Berczy Park Best Public Space in Toronto.
Berczy Park has become an essential centralizing space for Toronto citizens.
Photo: Industryous Photography
Waterfront Toronto, in partnership with the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division, announced Love Park by Claude Cormier et Associés as the winning design submission for the York Street Park design competition.
Claude Cormier et Associés is pleased to be one of the partners National Bank it has enlisted to work on its new head office, located at 800 Saint-Jacques Street West, Montreal.
Photo: Banque Nationale
Claude Cormier is the 2017/2018 Michael Hough / OALA visiting critic and presented a public lecture entitled “Serious Fun” at The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.
Berczy Park, Toronto, receives a National Award in the Small-scale public landscapes designed by Landscape Architect category from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA)
Photo: Industryous Photography
Berczy Park, Toronto, got the Prix Architecture de paysage et aménagement public and the National Holocaust Monument, Ottawa, is awarded with the Prix Multidisciplinarité
Photos : Industryous Photography, Doublespace Photography
Photo : Radio-Canada / Pascal Michaud
L’Université de Montréal salue la carrière exceptionnelle de Claude Cormier.
Claude Cormier designs Berczy Park with a view to helping people of disparate interests get along.
The landscape for the site, designed by Claude Cormier + Associés, was dedicated in a ceremony presided by Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. The Monument is currently under construction in Ottawa with anticipated completion in the spring of 2017.
Claude Cormier inducted as new member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
Landscape architects Peter Jacobs and Claude Cormier were inducted as new members of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. An honorary organization of over 790 established professional artists and designers from all regions of Canada.
L’architecte paysagiste Claude Cormier a été reçu comme nouveau membre de l’Académie Royale des Arts du Canada. Fondée en 1880, l’Académie royale des arts du Canada est une organisation honorifique qui regroupe près de 800 artistes et designers professionnels établis dans toutes les régions du Canada.