As you exit L’Assomption Metro station, one thing jumps out at you: Everything is in progress. With a little imagination, you can see the promise of a flourishing neighbourhood, like Williamsburg in Brooklyn, Brick Lane in London or, more recently, Griffintown in Montreal.
L’Assomption is an opportunity to imagine better, to design better, to better rethink living space and its integration into the environment. But for that, we have to go back to the source. 1976. The eyes of the world were on Montreal, which was booming back then. Montreal’s Olympic Park was born, with its bold, future-oriented stadium.