Come and discover here in video, behind the scenes of the new Center for creation and dissemination of Boisbriand, the result of the transformation of the Church of Notre-Dame-de-Fatima, in particular intended to accommodate the Petit Théâtre du Nord. A presentation by the mayor herself, where you will be able to appreciate this perfect metamorphosis of places which have been resolutely modernized, while remaining inviting and intimate.
The firm Architecture49, winner of the architectural competition for the Sanaq Cultural and Community Center project in downtown Montreal, invited us to participate in the design of its scenographic elements and multimedia systems.
This place, of more than 5,000m2, will include several spaces including a library, an agora, a performance hall, an exhibition hall, three multifunctional rooms, a culinary laboratory … so many opportunities for our team to express their full potential. creativity, and to invent innovative solutions to contribute to the success of this project, which promises to be a major cultural construction project in Montreal in the coming months. We are delighted !
Creation of innovative learning spaces, integration of new technologies, are the objectives to which we are contributing on the renovation project of the Louis-Philippe-Paré school in Châteauguay. A short video tour of this future place that will benefit, by 2024, the students of the Grandes-Seigneuries School Service Center.
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.
Future employees of the new Trois-Rivières Coliseum were able to visit its infrastructures during the final phase of construction. Click on the link below to also participate in this visit.
Inaugurated in May 2021, the Alphonse Desjardins Theater, the new performance hall in Repentigny, can be visited virtually. The tour begins by clicking on the link below. Appreciate the place, hoping that this virtual visit will make you want to come and discover, really this time, the excellent acoustic and aesthetic conditions of this room with three possible configurations. Expected for decades by its community, we congratulate ourselves that the end result is up to it !
Photo credits : Patrick Beaudry, SNAPePHOTO
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.
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
In collaboration with Architectes Favreau Blais, Go Multimedia will put its expertise in scenography at the service of the City of Granby in order to modernize the scenographic and technological installations at the Palace de Granby. The hall is well known for its Granby International Song Festival.
Photo credit : By SamuelFreli – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
The Espace Paddock was awarded the Grand Prix d’Excellence 2020 by the Ordre des Architectes du Québec, a project realized by the architects FABG and for which we participated as a consultant in technological integration. Located at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, this project also earned the Innovation Award.
Photos credits : FABG