// arthitectural / Sid Lee Architecture
  • In 2008 our team was hired to create the architectural designs for the Bota Bota floating spa, providing a third incarnation for the former ferry. Now moored in Montreal’s Old Port after two years of construction work, the spa immerses visitors in a multisensory world directly inspired by the aquatic environment and the rich history […]


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  • Today is the day Videotron opens its new flagship store, a unique, avant-garde business space in the heart of downtown Montreal. The in store environment is the collaborative work of Sid Lee Architecture, Sid Lee, the Videotron team, and a number of partner suppliers. They are pleased to invite the public to experience their original […]


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The project consisted in relocating the offices of Groupe Attraction Media and regrouping the following divisions of the company under one roof without dissipating their respective identities: Jet Films, Bubble Television, Cirrus Communications, Delphis Films, La Cavalerie and Attraction Media. The project covered an area of 37,000 square feet. Inspired by urban landscapes, the chosen […]


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The plot is part of the new urban plan ‘Westeraam’ in Elst, Gelderland, the Netherlands. The intersection of a planned green strip and an existing avenue provide an architectural opportunity for this a two-storey dwelling. The first floor appears to be cumbersome and heavy materialised: dark bricks with continuous seams result in an abstract rugged […]


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Located between the high-rise towers of the city of Sydney and the low scaled residential precinct of East Sydney, 150 Liverpool Street is an “L” shaped site with 3 street frontages. The street corner is occupied by an existing 2 storey Victorian era restaurant which does not form part of this site. Rather than simply folding the […]


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