Passionate about architecture, Jonathan has twelve years of studies during which he accumulated a diploma from Cégep Saint-Laurent in architectural technology, a bachelor’s degree in environmental design from the Université du Québec à Montréal, and a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Montreal. Throughout his studies, he completed several projects in the residential and commercial fields and participated in numerous design and architecture competitions, earning him several awards and publications. In 2021, he joined the team of Blouin Tardif Architects as an architectural intern and actively participated in all stages of the architectural project process.
“The Boucherville Multisport Center project is the most significant in my career so far. I worked on the concept of the layout and interior design, from the organization of spaces, the creation of integrated furniture, the signage, to the choice of materials and finishes. The interiors concept is summarized in a series of programmatic boxes inserted within a large recreational space. The city of Boucherville’s blue color was used as a tool for orientation and hierarchy of the different spaces. This project allowed me to develop a certain architectural expertise in terms of the different sports and their needs, in addition to being the first large-scale project on which I participated.”