Promenade de la Grave | Percé, Canada | AECOM

August 12, 2019,AEST

Since the turn of the century, the historic core of the town of Percé, located at the eastern tip of the Gaspé region in Canada, has suffered the effects of climate change. Indeed, the gradual loss of the ice cover that once protected Anse-du-Sud Promenade has disappeared, leading to significant | Read More

Passages Insolites (Unusual Passages) – Public Artworks in Quebec City

September 17, 2018,AEST

June 28 to October 14, 2018, marks the 5th edition of Passages Insolites (Unusual Passages), a self-guided circuit of ephemeral public artworks in inspiring locations along a breathtaking route in historic Old Quebec. Sometimes playful, sometimes introspective, always surprising, these provocative works are boldly integrated into the historic architecture for | Read More

Reinventing our Rivers Ideas Competition

June 19, 2017,AEST

Québec is launching an international ideas competition, Rêvons nos rivières/Reinventing our Rivers, soliciting original and distinctive proposals to enhance the city’s four St. Lawrence River tributaries: the Saint-Charles, Montmorency, Cap Rouge and Beauport rivers. Each of the four rivers has its own distinctive physical features, historical significance, potential and challenges. | Read More

International Garden Festival reveals designs for 2017

February 1, 2017,AEDT

The international call for proposals invited designers to create “Playsages” in order to inspire today’s young that outdoor play is just as interesting, if not more fun, than on-screen amusement. The 6 projects selected from among the 162 proposals received from designers from 30 countries responded to the invitation to | Read More