Revitalization project of a former café for a 2-storey single-family house
For his project to revitalize an old café into a single-family house, architect Jean-Paul Boudreau uses our wood panels, semi-rigid hemp insulation wool and SALOLA brand air membranes.
Discover the video interview around his project in the heart of the plateau in Montreal:
Jean-Paul Boudreau is an architect, member of the OAQ. He established his own practice under the name JPB Architects while regularly collaborating on major national and international projects. As part of a specific humanitarian aid project, her provides support and expertise in the field of reconstruction and the management of architectural projects in developing countries.
At the same time, he shares his professional practice with university teaching at the School of Architecture of the University of Montreal and as a member-researcher of the Fayolle-Magil Construction Chair in Architecture, Building and Sustainability where he tries to deepen the question on changes in architectural practice in the face of the current environmental crisis.
He's highly experienced and very concerned with the realization of projects in what is most material, sensitive and human. His work and research mainly focuses on the phenomenological aspect of architecture and ethics in architecture.
His favorite maxim: DO WELL, DO WELL, DO BETTER.