Our team was tasked with rethinking and renovating the 6 stories of Fasken’s law firm in Montreal’s Stock Exchange Tower, a space they’ve occupied since the building’s inauguration in 1964. 

Montréal, QC
Interior Design
Surface area
120,000 ft² / 11,150 m²

Designed by architect Luigi Moretti and engineer Pier Luigi Nervi, this tower was the tallest concrete structure in the world at the time of its completion.

The new concept reconnects each of the 5 floors with a monumental staircase that eases circulation and acts as a central focal point. 

Previously obstructed windows now allow light to pour into this open space, where hundreds of works of art from Fasken’s private collection are strategically deployed.

The interventions proposed by our team will allow Fasken’s presence to resonate at the scale of the tower and city that they’ve occupied for decades. Employees and clients alike will be able to enjoy the new spaces by 2020. 

 Photo credit : Sergio Clavijo 

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