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The Laurie-Eve-Cormier Aquatic Complex in Boucherville was delivered in 2017 to replace the Pierre Laporte Sports Centre, built in 1966. The new building retains the appearance of the old sports centre and has new walls covered with a coloured glass ceramic coating, with photocatalytic properties to maximize the supply of natural light.
To carry out this project, two thirds of the Pierre Laporte Sports Centre was demolished, leaving an area of 5,260 m2. Given the building’s location on the site, acting as a key element in the urban fabric, the building has two entrances: one via the road corridor, and the other via a pedestrian link with city hall. The care taken in the choice of materials and the dynamic created by the colours of the curtain wall help establish a dialogue, not only with the immediate environment but also, and especially, with certain cultural references specific to the region and its history.
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