Inaugurated on September 20, 2019, the Université de Montréal Science Complex of the new MIL Campus continues to amaze with the detail of its architecture. Its uniqueness strengthens Montreal's status as a center of knowledge and a creative city.

Covering an area of 60,000m2, the building is made up of two wings connected by a library. The grand, six stories high, all-glass space of the complex's atrium, presented architects with a major acoustical challenge.

Artofix, joined the project in 2016 to help reduce the reverberation of sound in the atrium. In collaboration with the architectural firm Lemay, Artofix created the shape that is now the unique signature of the building. A juxtaposition of pyramids referring to Montreal's Mount Royal.

7 000 customized acoustic tiles
Covering more than 27 800 pi2

1 librairy
6 amphitheatres
10 teaching labs
11 classrooms
190 research labs

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