Founded in 1985, Scéno Plus has made its mark internationally by its constant quest for innovative design and original construction solutions dedicated to cultural and recreational venues.
Since its inception, Scéno Plus has put together a wide range of professionals under one roof. Architects, theatre designers, interior designers, project managers, specialized designers for theatrical and audiovisual equipment and multimedia designers all share their passion to achieve the most ambitious projects. This unique combination of expertise has enabled the firm to offer its clients an expanded scope of practice for the achievement of several types of buildings such as flexible rooms, circus theatres, multidisciplinary spaces, convention centres, casinos, cinemas and nightclubs.
Scéno Plus has designed numerous entertainment venues in Montreal and surrounding areas. Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui, Théâtre du Rideau Vert, Usine C, Cabaret-Theatre at Lac-Leamy Casino, Théâtre Hector-Charland, Cité de l’Énergie rotating amphitheatre and the Centre for conservation of boreal biodiversity are a few examples among many that illustrate the relationship between Scéno Plus and the province of Quebec. In 1994, Scéno Plus made its breakthrough on the international scene with the design of the first Cirque du Soleil permanent theatre in Las Vegas, Treasure Island Showroom, which in its first year won the prize Las Vegas Showroom of the year. The international odyssey of the firm continues through the U.S. with other major achievements in Las Vegas, Chicago, Orlando and Biloxi as well as in Europe and the United Kingdom. Among these projects, two achievements are gaining the recognition of the industry; the Bellagio theatre dedicated to the water show O and the Caesars Palace Colosseum, which hosted the Céline Dion production A New Day during 5 years.
After 25 years, the passion for architecture, meeting places and the world of entertainment is always at the heart of the business. Recently, Scéno Plus has expanded its practice to the design of sports infrastructure to meet the growing needs of building functional, multifunctional, aesthetic and green infrastructures in the field of sport. Over the coming months, the firm will proudly continue to export the Quebec savoir-faire throughout the world and is on track to launch the most important project ever seen in Atlantic City.
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Charles Tardif Deslauriers
5423, av. De Lorimier
Office: +1 514 529-4364
Mobile: +1 514 465-3897