Mathieu Lemieux-Blanchard is co-founder of Atelier Echelle, an interior, architecture and design studio that explores domesticity and hospitality at various scales. Before Atelier Echelle, Mathieu worked with Pritzker prize winning architecture firm Office for Metropolitan Architecture and prized firm Snohetta on a range of cultural and institutional projects, most notably the Pierre Lassonde pavilion of the MNBAQ and the Calgary Public Library. He has also worked for Toshiko Mori Architecture and Gachot studios in New York, as well as Atelier TAG and Saucier + Perrotte in Montreal. Mathieu is a frequent visiting critic at the Université de Montréal and Université du Québec à Montréal. Mathieu Lemieux-Blanchard earned his Master of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and his Bachelor Science of Architecture from McGill University.
MArch – Harvard University, 2009
B.Sc. – McGill University, 2004
ARCS 5105 – Gateway Studio