Grand-Lac-Touladi

Lac-Temiscouata National Park,
Témiscouata,  2017

This project consists in the design of the Grand-Lac-Touladi outdoor services centre at Témiscouata National Park. Located in the heart of a camping park, the project offers families an attractive environment adapted to their needs. This space is defined by a series of amenities including a picnic and BBQ area, a campfire area, nautical installations, a playground for small children and a recreational path (le Sentier des Curieux).

Pedestrian traffic was designed to ensure universal accessibility to the entire site. All spaces are inspired by the Témiscouata region’s rich history. Therefore, special attention was given to the use of proper materials and to the participation of local know-how in the completion of the project. The people of the region are very proud of this project in which they were involved.

The recreational path is well integrated and inserted into the existing openings of the site where rustic cabins were located in the past. Six stations, each a reference to a period in the site’s history, were installed. Children can happily wander on the path while experiencing various play and sensory experiences inspired by the First Nations, colonisation, logging and land conservation.

Award : Winner of the prize for excellence in heritage interpretation for the  Sentier des Curieux

Credits
Design : Mousse Architecture de Paysage
Architecture : Charron Architecte
Construction : Les Paysages du Fleuve et Les aménagements Benoit Leblond
Drawings : Philippe Gélinas
Steel work : Les Soudures Lebel
Pictures : Mousse Architecture de Paysage, Marjolaine Lascelles, Pascale Beaudet and Stéphane Audet photographe

Grand-Lac-Touladi

This project consists in the design of the Grand-Lac-Touladi outdoor services centre at Témiscouata National Park. Located in the heart of a camping park, the project offers families an attractive environment adapted to their needs. This space is defined by a series of amenities including a picnic and BBQ area, a campfire area, nautical installations, a playground for small children and a recreational path (le Sentier des Curieux).

Pedestrian traffic was designed to ensure universal accessibility to the entire site. All spaces are inspired by the Témiscouata region’s rich history. Therefore, special attention was given to the use of proper materials and to the participation of local know-how in the completion of the project. The people of the region are very proud of this project in which they were involved.

The recreational path is well integrated and inserted into the existing openings of the site where rustic cabins were located in the past. Six stations, each a reference to a period in the site’s history, were installed. Children can happily wander on the path while experiencing various play and sensory experiences inspired by the First Nations, colonisation, logging and land conservation.

Award : Winner of the prize for excellence in heritage interpretation for the  Sentier des Curieux

Lac-Temiscouata National Park, Témiscouata,  2017

Credits
Design : Mousse Architecture de Paysage
Architecture : Charron Architecte
Construction : Les Paysages du Fleuve et Les aménagements Benoit Leblond
Drawings : Philippe Gélinas
Steel work : Les Soudures Lebel
Pictures : Mousse Architecture de Paysage, Marjolaine Lascelles, Pascale Beaudet and Stéphane Audet photographe

Grand-Lac-Touladi

Lac-Temiscouata National Park,
Témiscouata,  2017

This project consists in the design of the Grand-Lac-Touladi outdoor services centre at Témiscouata National Park. Located in the heart of a camping park, the project offers families an attractive environment adapted to their needs. This space is defined by a series of amenities including a picnic and BBQ area, a campfire area, nautical installations, a playground for small children and a recreational path (le Sentier des Curieux).

Pedestrian traffic was designed to ensure universal accessibility to the entire site. All spaces are inspired by the Témiscouata region’s rich history. Therefore, special attention was given to the use of proper materials and to the participation of local know-how in the completion of the project. The people of the region are very proud of this project in which they were involved.

The recreational path is well integrated and inserted into the existing openings of the site where rustic cabins were located in the past. Six stations, each a reference to a period in the site’s history, were installed. Children can happily wander on the path while experiencing various play and sensory experiences inspired by the First Nations, colonisation, logging and land conservation.

Award : Winner of the prize for excellence in heritage interpretation for the  Sentier des Curieux

Credits
Design : Mousse Architecture de Paysage
Architecture : Charron Architecte
Construction : Les Paysages du Fleuve et Les aménagements Benoit Leblond
Drawings : Philippe Gélinas
Steel work : Les Soudures Lebel
Pictures : Mousse Architecture de Paysage, Marjolaine Lascelles, Pascale Beaudet and Stéphane Audet photographe