Lucie Palombi, PhD student, participates in a conversation with Phyllis Lambert and Joseph Hillel about the documentary “City Dreamers”

For this 3rd online edition of Docu-conferences, the Université de Montréal Alumni and Donors Network is proud to welcome director Joseph Hillel, a graduate of the Faculty of Continuing Education, as well as two special guests: architect emeritus Phyllis Lambert and doctoral student Lucie Palombi, from the Université de Montréal's Faculty of Planning. The documentary ... Read more

Aurélien Catros wins the Academy of Architecture Prize for the best paper of the SCAN’20 conference

After evaluating the quality of the research, scientific writing and oral presentation during the two-day conference, the members of the Academy’s prize jury selected the winner of the prize for the best paper. This jury was chaired by Paul Quintrand, Former President of the Academy of Architecture (…)

Jean-Pierre Chupin named honorary member of the AAPPQ 2020

It was at the launch of the 2020 Reference Manual of the Association des architectes en pratique privée du Québec (AAPPQ) that the name of the honorary member she has chosen was unveiled, a title granted to a person who contributes to promoting architectural quality and enhancing the importance of architects (…)

The 5 competitions of the LABécole fully documented exclusively on the CCC

As part of a collaboration with the LABécole organization, the Canadian Competitons Catalogue is the first to deliver all 160 projects submitted in 2019 to the 5 competitions for the construction or expansion of elementary school in Shefford, Rimouski, Gatineau, Maskinongé and Saguenay. The official unveiling of the winners took place on Monday, August 24. ... Read more

Lucie Palombi, doctoral student, receives a FRQSC scholarship for her research project

Lucie Palombi, individualized doctoral student under the supervision of Jean-Pierre Chupin, receives a doctoral research scholarship from the Fonds de Recherche Société et Culture du Québec, worth $77,000 over 4 years (from 2020 to 2024) for the research project entitled "La mise en compétition de l'écriture en architecture. Herméneutique du texte gagnant et de l'ouvrage primé", attached ... Read more

Mandana Bafghinia, doctoral student, receives a Cardinal and Hardy scholarship for her research project

Mandana Bafghinia, doctoral student in architecture under the direction of Jean-Pierre Chupin, receives the Cardinal and Hardy scholarship, valued at $8,000, for the research project "Habiter les toits, dialogue in the shadow of high-rise buildings", attached to the Research Chair in Architecture, Competitions and Mediations of Excellence

Thesis defense Adrienne Costa

On Friday, January 24, 2020, at the Maison de la recherche de l’Université de Toulouse, Adrienne Costa, PhD student in cosupervision between Université de Toulouse (Jean Jaurès) + ENSA Toulouse and École d’architecture de l’Université de Montréal defended a thesis entitled : Voir l'espace en coupe. Exploration du rôle de la coupe dans la conception ... Read more

Lucie Palombi, doctoral student, receives two awards

March 28, 2019: Lucie Palombi received the scientific prize, the public prize and the prize for the best summary of the Symposium Perspectives 360 organized by the Association of Higher Cycles of the Faculty of Planning for the presentation of her doctoral project in 6 minutes. The funds were donated by the Ivanhoé Cambridge Observatory. ... Read more

Jean-Pierre Chupin awarded a new Canada Research Chair in Architecture, Competitions, and Mediations of Excellence

MONTREAL, June 20, 2019 – Canada's science minister Kirsty Duncan announced the April and October 2018 Canada Research Chair Awards, including one in Architecture, Competitions and Mediations for Excellence, granted to Université de Montréal architecture professor Jean-Pierre Chupin. One of the few Tier-1 chairs in Canada dedicated to the study of contemporary architecture, it will help ... Read more

A Daniel Arbour and Associates scholarship for Alexandra Paré

Alexandra Paré (Individualized PhD in Architecture) is the winner of the 2018-2019 competition of the Daniel Arbour and Associates Scholarship that promotes innovation and new approaches in environmental design by highlighting the competence of a student enrolled in a program in studies of the Faculty of Environmental design ($ 20,000).