Mardis Verts: La Géode

Event, in French, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 27 March, 6:00pm

Organized by the Ordre des architectes du Québec as part of the Mardis Verts series, this lecture focuses on La Géode, a multi-unit residential building that intends to create a soft urban densification on a human scale. The innovative project aims to breath new life into this plot while fitting into the current urban landscape. As a result of the the project’s green strategy and high energy performance, La Géode is expected to become the first multi-unit building in Canada to achieve LEED v4 certification. With the participation of Jean-François Saint-Onge and François Martineau, cofounders of ADHOC architects, as well as Simon Boyer, senior partner of Knightsbridge.

The Mardis Verts lectures showcase a project distinguished by its sustainable development and ecological architecture strategy. Designers of the selected project present the characteristics, difficulties, techniques, and materials related to the project. The lectures are available online. Each Mardis Verts lecture equals 1.5 hours of continuing education.

Entrance is free. Registration is required.

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