Ludger Lemieux

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Ludger Lemieux
Ludger Lemieux.jpg
Born 1872
Farnham, Quebec Quebec
Died 1953
Montreal Quebec
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Architect
Buildings Saint-Henri Fire Station
Atwater Market.
Saint-Henri fire hall.

Ludger Lemieux (1872–1953) was a Québécois architect who designed a number of notable Art deco structures in Montreal's Saint-Henri district.[1] While he often worked in partnership with Joseph-Honoré MacDuff, his best-known structure, the Atwater Market, was designed not with MacDuff but with Paul Lemieux, reported to be either his son[2] or brother.[3]

Ludger Lemieux's other buildings include the Tooke Brothers factory, the Workman Building, the Sainte Irénée Church next to Atwater Market, and the Saint-Henri Fire Station.[2][4]

He was born in Farnham, Quebec and studied at McGill University.[2]


Along with his collaboration with Paul Lemieux, Ludger collaborated on the église Saint-Zotique with René Charbonneau, architect of the Outremont Theatre. With Joseph-Honoré MacDuff, he designed the église Saint-Zotique, église Saint-Irénée, école Sainte-Jeanne-de-Chantal and Tooke Brothers building.[3]


  1. ^ "Trois architectes, trois quartiers : Ludger Lemieux (St. Henri), Ernest Cormier (Cité universitaire), Ernest Isbell Barott (St. Antoine)". Montreal: Canadian Centre for Architecture. Retrieved 2009-11-16. 
  2. ^ a b c "Montreal Insites". Heritage Montreal. Retrieved 2009-11-15. 
  3. ^ a b "Station de pompiers N o 23". Footnotes (in French). Montreal: Centre de formation sur l’enseignement en milieux défavorisés. Retrieved 2009-11-16. 
  4. ^ "Saint-Henri Fire Station". Images Montreal. Retrieved 2009-11-16.