Discover the winners in each category of the Grand Prix Opération Patrimoine Montréal 2021.
Architecture, landscapes, archaeology and know-how are just a few examples of the tangible and intangible heritage that forges Montréal’s identity. The Grand Prix Opération Patrimoine awards recognize the efforts of citizens to preserve these shared treasures. Here are videos (in French) presenting the award winners for 2021.
- Director : La Centrale
- Lead director : Jean Beaudin
- Cameraman and editor : Sébastien Sigouin-Couturier
Grand prix Prendre soin (Taking Care prize)
3902 Rue Berri: restoration of the façade of this 1896 residence.
Mention Prendre soin (Taking Care honourable mention)
4432 Rue de Mentana: Restoration of the façade of this residence to its original 1900 state.
Grand prix Redonner vie (Restoration prize - two-way tie)
Avenue Overdale: Restoration of the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine house. Restoration work on the house as part of a real estate development project.
4110 Boulevard LaSalle: Restoration of the Verdun Auditorium. Conservation and restoration work on Montréal’s oldest arena.
Grand prix Savoir-faire (Know-How prize)
Gina Garcia: master in the restoration and conservation of cultural assets
Mention Savoir-faire (Know-How honourable mentions)
Annick Fleury: technician restorer of decorative paintings.
Isabelle Leclerc: specialist in decorative art, heritage restoration and creative project development.
Grand Prix Faire connaître (Raising Awareness prize - two-way tie)
Familex products: from the factory to your door. Temporary exhibition and publication activities featuring objects that belonged to the Familex company.
Kitsch QC: a tribute to a disappearing architectural and cultural heritage.
Grand prix Agir ensemble (Acting Together prize)
Place Shā Tān: a project to develop a temporary public square near the iconic Chinatown Arch.