A 3,800m2 underground reception centre, coupled with a 1,500m2 expansion of the inner courtyard at the Québec National Assembly,
For three years (2016-2019), the land facing the Parliament building of the Québec National Assembly, as well as the building’s inner courtyard, were the site of an extensive
expansion project for the institution. The goal of this work was to improve the Parliament building’s installations, while making the location safer and more welcoming for the public.
The bold architectural concept helped preserve the heritage, symbolism, identity and character of the Parliament building, recognised as a national historic monument of Québec since 1985.
By building the reception centre under the landscaped areas facing the Parliament, the monumental staircase and architectural integrity of the heritage building designed by Eugène-Étienne Taché were preserved and enhanced.
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