At the dawn of its 70th anniversary, the emblematic Théâtre du Nouveau Monde is being extended and modernized. On the program of this eagerly awaited project; a second room that will honor another prestigious name in Quebec’s cultural heritage, Réjean-Ducharme, an update to meet new standards for public reception, the modernization of its scenic and digital elements …
Our team feels very lucky to have the honor of being part of this project, and of collaborating with the firm Saucier+Perrotte architectes, winner of the architectural competition. More than ever, we will be up to the task!
Psst … La Presse talks about it here.
And the TNM offers you a video tour of the first shovel that includes a 3D virtual tour.
Le théâtre Gilles-Vigneault, à Saint-Jérôme, vient d’obtenir une accréditation « Scène écoresponsable », une initiative qui a réjoui tant le public que les employés et les artistes …. (
, La presse, 2021)
The full article on how Théâtre Gilles Vigneault obtained this accreditation can be seen by clicking on the link below to the La Presse website.
Un théâtre vert à St-Jérôme (in French)
Credit photo : David Boily
For those of you who missed this publication, I strongly recommend that you go to the Canadian Architect website. It had published a nice article on this museum, to which we collaborated on the scenic lighting and the outdoor LED display system.
Photo credits: Steve Montpetit
Link to the Canadian Architect site
Go Multimedia is proud to have participated in this exceptional project with the architecture firm Provencher_Roy. Below is the link to the excellent article from the Kollectif.net website.
Article on Kollectif.net
Espace Paddock is the new infrastructure in the heart of Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal. This new building at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve uses the latest eco-friendly technologies and materials on the market. This is the most important thing to undertake the shift to sustainable development. This construction, in which we were a partner during its construction, won the Award of Excellence in December 2018 from Canadian Architect magazine.
Photo credits : FABG
Link to the Parc Jean-Drapeau website
The architecture firm EVOQ evokes and details its project for a Canadian High Arctic Research Station, delivered in 2019. Our involvement focused on the integration of a conference centre, a TV studio, a multifunctional room and a museum area.
Link to the website EVOQ