Allusion to history and incentive to creativity

Next summer, management company Desjardins will be the tenant of the Tower of the Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Canada. The areas that are part of the tower have been vacant since 1987 and, through a project aimed at revitalising this icon of the city’s architecture, are being transformed into offices. The project, designed by the Provencher_Roy architecture practice, seeks to take advantage of the large windows, to flood the future offices with natural light and thus create an open space, promoting connection between all the workers. The interior design concept features several references to the history of the tower and of the Olympic stadium, contributing to a work environment that encourages exchange and creativity.
T. Maria Pires
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