Claude Cormier

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Claude Cormier
Born (1960-06-22) June 22, 1960 (age 60)
NationalityCanadian
OccupationArchitect
BuildingsSaint James United Church
ProjectsClock Tower Beach
DesignBenny Farm
WebsiteOfficial web site
"Lipstick Forest," Palais de congres, seen from exterior.

Claude Cormier (born June 22, 1960) is a landscape architect from Quebec. The majority of his projects are located in Montreal and Toronto.

Projects[edit]

Quebec[edit]

Clock Tower Beach, Montreal
Place des Artes fountain, Montreal

Toronto[edit]

HtO park (2012)
Berczy park fountain (2017)
  • Berczy Park (2014-2015), Toronto (Ontario)
  • The Well - Master Plan, Urban Landscape/Mixed-Use Development (2013-2014), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Silo Site - Master Plan, Mixed-Use Development (2013-2014), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Ribbon Building at the Distillery District - Mixed-Use Development (2013-2014), Toronto (Ontario)
  • 500 Lakeshore - Master Plan (2013-2014), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Jarvis Slip - Mixed-Use Development (2013-2014), Toronto (Ontario)
  • River City Phase 3 (2013-2017), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Garrison Point - Mixed-Use Development (2012-2020), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Vaughan Metropolitan Centre / KPMG Block and Right-of-Way (2012-2016), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Tiffany Pergola (2012), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Tableau Tower & North Side Park (2012-2016), Toronto (Ontario)
  • 3C Waterfront - Master Plan (2010-2020), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Sugar Beach (2008-2010), Toronto (Ontario)
  • L Tower - Mixed-Use Development (2007-2014), Toronto (Ontario)
  • 300 Front Street (2007-2012), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Sony Center for the Performing Arts (2006-2013), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Four Seasons Hotel and Residences - Bay/Yorkville (2006-2010), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Evergreen/Brick Works (2006-2010), Toronto (Ontario)
  • One the Esplanade (2005-2013), Toronto (Ontario)
  • HtO Park - Urban Beach (2003-2007), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Camouflage Park/Commissioners Park (2003), Toronto (Ontario)
  • Blue Stick Garden (2002), Toronto (Ontario)

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