Montréal firm to design National Bank’s 46-storey head office

A rendering of National Bank’s new head office. Photo courtesy National Bank
A rendering of National Bank’s new head office.
Photo courtesy National Bank

Following a selection process that lasted several weeks, National Bank has chosen Montréal-based Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes to design its new head office.

“We are proud to partner with them [Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes] to Ghislain Parent, CFO of National Bank, describes the future head office as a unique and modern building that focuses on employee well-being.

The design process for the head office will continue over the coming months. The design, in harmony with its surroundings, will emphasize natural light and user-friendly spaces encouraging collaboration.

The new building will have 46 floors and cover more than 92,903-m2 (1-million sf).

Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes has a team of more than 115 professionals, making it one of the largest architecture and design firms in Canada. The firm carries out projects in the institutional, corporate, cultural and residential fields.

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