Architect, lemay Partner, Design Principal

Eric
Pelletier

Exceptionally innovative design and a distinctive, user-centred approach have contributed to Lemay partner Eric Pelletier’s international renown. Particularly acclaimed in the cultural domain, he is known for such multiple award-winning projects as Montreal’s Bibliothèque du boisé, Charlesbourg and Montmagny libraries, la Grande Bibliothèque, the Lévis office of Pomerleau and Artopex’s Quebec City showroom. As LemayLAB co-lead, Eric directs the firm’s research and innovation in all aspects of design, with outstanding results.

With a degree in architecture from Quebec City’s Université Laval, Eric began his architectural career by co-founding Croft Pelletier architectes in 1995. Over 14 years, the firm carried out numerous award-winning projects, at home and abroad. Eric moved on to found Eric Pelletier architectes, an equally successful enterprise, in 2009. In 2013, he and his passionate team joined Lemay, where he now serves as partner and chief creative officer. A lateral thinker who explores and researches new ways of doing things, he accompanies his clients on a voyage of innovation and excellence.