In August, Juliette Patterson visited four sustainable neighborhoods in Germany by bicycle and train. Shared streets, lush vegetation, solar roofs, and rain gardens: these images illustrate best practices in rainwater management and renewable energy. However they do not quite do justice to the sense of well-being and inspiring community building that is present. More than […]
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27/05/2013 La Presse Juliette Patterson: «À quand un nouveau parc d’envergure à Montréal?» 23/04/2013 CRE Montréal Dévoilement d’un plan d’ensemble pour Meadowbrook 05/11/2012 The Gazette Heritage lovers hope to renew iconic Horse Palace 27/09/2011 Constructo Le Triangle : le lauréat du concours de design urbain enfin dévoilé ! 27/09/2011 Voir Vert Catalyse Urbaine remporte le […]
Every Monday, La Presse mandates a guest blogger to tell us what Montreal needs. This week, Juliette Patterson asked the following question: “When a major new park in Montreal?” Read the article…
As part of Design Montreal Open House 2013, Catalyse Urbaine opened the doors of the agency and its green roof to the public. It was a great opportunity to interact with members of the agency about their work and their achievements.
Argus Films presents The Horse Palace, a film by Nadine Gomez in which appears Juliette Patterson, president of the Griffintown Horse Palace Foundation. Synopsis: “Between the abandoned factories and crumbling buildings of Griffintown is concealed Montreal’s oldest stable, last remnant of a time gone by. In this intriguing, anachronistic enclave, running alongside modernity, it seems like time […]
Once upon a time, in almost every city, many rivers flowed. Why did they disappear? How? And could we see them again? This documentary tries to find answers by meeting visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world. Find out more…
An honorary mention is given for the reuse and greening potential of the existing overhead structures of the Turcot interchange – after its reconstruction. Channelling this idea, this proposal creates elevated walkways within a green network and gives a new function to structures that will become obsolete in the current terms of the interchange reconstruction. […]
The focus of the winning proposal is the development of a large, unifying park in the heart of the neighbourhood. The jury, presided by architect and urban designer Ken Greenberg, was swayed by this idea. This vast green area will promote outdoor activities, foster social exchanges and create a strong identity for the neighbourhood. Several […]