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A new publication for the Lab-École: Thinking about the yard of tomorrow

Press release - After having thought about the school of tomorrow, the Lab-École team is proposing a new publication entitled Penser la cour de demain. This book is the result of collaboration with many experts, including children.
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Lab-School concepts now unveiled

The Lab-École team today unveils the concepts of the 6 schools that will emerge in 6 regions of Quebec at the end of the architecture competition launched in August 2019.
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The Lab-School to create inspiring schools

Guylaine Plourde, grade 6 teacher at the Chemin-du-Roy school board, tells us about her participation in the work of the LAB-School on the project of the municipality of Maskinongé, in the Mauricie region.

The Lab-École officially announces the launch of its architecture competition

The Lab-École team officially announces the launch of its architecture competition. This competition will see the birth of the first Quebec Lab-École projects.

The Lab-École announces the terms and conditions related to the architectural competition

The Lab-École team announces the terms and conditions of the architecture competition which will be officially launched on August 12th. This competition will see the birth of the first Quebec Lab-École projects.

For beautiful and efficient schools: the recommendations of the Lab École

The École branchée was invited to the media launch of the publication Thinking about the school of tomorrow, on April 10 in Quebec City. Here is what we learned.

The Lab-École offers spaces adapted to the realities of the 21st century

Thinking about the school of tomorrow presents the results of research, analysis and consultation carried out by the Lab-École by illustrating evidence, best practices and architectural proposals aimed at fostering innovation.

Lab-École: a research and development project for Quebec schools

It was yesterday that the official work of the Lab-School project was launched, which aims nothing less than to imagine "the best schools in the world".