Eleonore’s journey started in Quebec City, where she was born. Her strong interest for materials and design at different scales fueled a passion in designing buildings, landing her at the University of British Columbia (UBC), where she earned a master’s degree in architecture.
Starting her career making cabinets and eventually leading groundbreaking work on densification in high-value real estate, Eleonore now works as an architect in our healthcare sector. She’s also an invited critic for UBC’s architectural program, and a regular guest speaker for architectural conferences—she loves sharing her experience, learnings, and love for community and healthcare facility design.
Outside of work, Eleonore sits on the board of Lights of Hope (a main fundraising campaign for Providence Health Care Foundation), serves on the Advisory Design Panel for the University Endowment Land, and is an avid intermediate potter.