Marie-Chantal Croft

General Information

Occupation: Architect

Birth State/Province: Quebec

Birth Country: Canada

Resident State/Province: Quebec

Resident Country: Canada



Subject: Museum and Library Design


Employer: Croft Pelletier architectes

Title: Principal

City: Quebec

Country: Canada

Start Date: January 01, 1995

Notes: Co-founded with Eric Pelletier,

Employer: Laval University, Quebec

Title: Professor

City: Quebec

Country: Canada


Country: delete


No apprenticeships on record


Name: Winning entry, Charlesbourg library competition, Quebec

Name: Winning entry, New Museum of Gaspésie, Gaspé

Description: addition to an existing museum

Name: Winning entry, First Nation Museum of Wendake

Description: new museum for the First Nation Huron-Wendat

Name: Winning entry, La Cabane Idéale, International design competition

Description: Summer installation for the Jardins de Métis

Name: Winning Entry, International Design Competition La Grande Bibliotheque du Quebec

Name: Raymond Blais Medal (Lauréate Médaille Raymond Blais)

Description: awarded by Université Laval

Date Received: January 01, 2001

Name: Ronald J. Thom award

Description: awarded by the Conseil des Arts du Canada

Date Received: January 01, 1999

Notes: The Ronald J. Thom Award is given every two years to a Canadian citizen in the early stages of his or her career who demonstrates both outstanding creative talent and exceptional potential in architectural design. Sensitivity to architecture's allied arts, crafts and professions in the context of an integrated building environment must be evident in all work

Name: Canadian architect's award of excellence

Description: Micro-Brasserie le Saint-Sulpice

Date Received: January 01, 1998


Notable Projects


Institution: Université Laval

Degree: Baccalauréat en architecture


License: Member, Ordre des architectes du Quebec

Professional Affiliations

Organization: Member, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

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