Daoust Lestage architecture expands its leadership14/10/2020
Daoust Lestage is proud to announce the elevation of two new partners; Rachel Stecker, OAQ OAA, and Eric Lizotte, OAQ.
Daoust Lestage Lizotte Stecker is a continuation of our practice and experience developed over more than 30 years, building on the talent and energy of a new generation to offer an evolving approach to architecture, from the city to the object.
Since joining Daoust Lestage in 2009, Rachel has collaborated on complex, multidisciplinary projects of varied scopes and scales and has played a key role in expanding the practice throughout Canada. Her expertise in project management and interest in design quality control enable her to ensure a consistent and coherent design signature from the beginning to the end of a project. Rachel is recognized for her ability to see a problem from multiple vantage points and find creative, design-driven solutions to complex challenges.
Eric has been instrumental in guiding projects from concept through completion since joining Daoust Lestage in 2014. He is recognized for his strong design and technical skills in architecture, as well as his ability to work closely with clients. Eric’s interest in projects of all scales guides his approach to architecture, from the city to the object, in major public commissions carried out in sensitive urban, landscape and heritage contexts.
Daoust Lestage is also pleased to announce the appointment of Caroline Beaulieu, OAQ OAA, Nathalie Trudel, OAQ and Lucie Bibeau, AAPQ, OALA, CSLA, as Principals in recognition of their significant contribution and collaboration since the office’s founding in 1988.