The new Dolbeau-Mistassini (Québec) Performance Hall is the winning project of a nationwide architecture contest. The 2 300m² building, with a construction budget of $6.6M, is for the diffusion and promotion of arts and culture.
The building presents a major urban asset; with the existing library, the new building asserts a significant presence and identity.
The organization of the spaces links the spatial experience with functionality. Distributed along a central axis, the different spaces culminate in the 480-seat room, distributed on three levels (ground level/boxes/balcony) in a half-cylinder that cupps the stage. The project, whose opening is planned for summer 2008, is the recipient of the AWARD OF EXCELLENCE 2006 by Canadian Architect.
Completd in consortium with Paul Laurendeau architect. (Paul Laurendeau | Jodoin Lamarre Pratte | architects in consortium)
Project date: 2007 to 2008
Surface Area: 2300m2
project date : 2007 to 2008
surface area : 2300m2
budget : 6.6 M$