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Bar "le Business"
Part of:
People:
  • Jacques Rousseau (creator)
  • Jacques Rousseau (architect)
  • Jean-François Robert (collaborator)
  • Guyslain Bélanger (collaborator)
  • Alain Lortie (lighting designer)
  • Bruno Baillargeon (contractor)
  • Jean-François Potvin (contractor)
  • Les Entreprises Bosses (architect)
  • Lumbago (graphic designer)
  • Hélène Côté (graphic designer)
  • Serge Breton (client)
  • Maurice Holder (client)
  • Richard Holder (client)
  • Paul Holder (client)
  • Jacques Rousseau (archive creator)
Title:

Bar "le Business"

Date:

1985-1987

Level of archival description:
Projet
Extent and medium:
  • 605 dessins
    234 photographies
    0,08 l.m. de documents textuels
    56 reprographies
    0,03 l.m. de documents photographiques
Scope and content:
Le dossier documente l'aménagement intérieur (conception et réalisation) du bar "Le Business", situé au 3500 boul. St-Laurent, à Montréal, Québec. Le budget aloué pour ce projet était de 450 000$. Aussi, le projet s'est mérité le Prix d'excellence de l'OAQ, Mention en architecture, en 1986.

Le dossier contient des dessins, des photographies, des reprographies, des documents textuels et des documents photographiques.

Description du projet par l'architecte: "Le bar sera le projet de la transformation d'un espace brut au rez-de-chaussée d'un bâtiment industriel construit au centre-ville de Montréal. Il sera un bar pour danser où auront lieu des événements spectaculaires de toutes sortes. À ce programme concret, un projet thématique fait écho: la ville et l'industrie, le bar et le théâtre seront des clés structurantes auxquelles le processus de conception sera lié. Certaines indications du programme révèlent des aspects recherchés qui caractérisent ces thème."
Jacques Rousseau, 66-B014-015T.

Reference number:

AP066.S2.D14

Arrangement:
Les documents de cette série de projets ont été conservés dans leur ordre d'origine.
Related units of description:
  • Voir aussi le dossier Exposition " A measure of consensus/Canadian Architecture in Transition" (AP066.S5.D5).
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