Dupont Blouin Architects is an architecture firm, founded in 2017, by two complementary architects: Marie-Josée Dupont and Olivier Blouin. They first met during their studies at the École de design at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) between 2002 and 2005; they crossed paths again at the Faculté de l’Aménagement of the Université de Montréal in 2007, before finally joining forces ten years later.
Born in Montréal, Marie-Josée Dupont has been a licensed architect since 2011. She studied at the École de Design at UQAM, the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies in Berlin, Laval University, the University of La Rochelle (an Academy of the Poitiers), and lastly, at the Université de Montréal. She has worked in the field since 2006, mainly at Jodoin Lamarre Pratte Architectes where she worked on large-scale projects.
Born in Montréal, Olivier Blouin has been a licensed architect since 2014. He studied at the École de Design at UQAM, the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies in Berlin, as well as the Université de Montréal. He worked for the firm Saucier + Perrotte Architectes for nearly six years. Olivier is also a well-known and self-taught architectural photographer.
Located in Montréal Qc, Canada, Dupont Blouin Architects works mostly in Québec, particularly in the greater Montréal area, the Laurentians and the Eastern Townships.
Dupont Blouin Architects offers services from conception to construction of buildings, interiors, and custom furniture in the commercial, residential, and institutional sectors.
Dupont Blouin explores atypical ways to combine the rituals and practices of every day. By bringing people together and generating unusual atmospheres, they find creative ways for users to interact with each other.
They particularly appreciate unusual and unconventional architectural programs. Their manufacturing of prototypes and meticulous research of materials allows them to innovate and develop new design parameters.
LOCATION: Montréal QC
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