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Sacred House of Kangiqsualujjuaq

From October 18–22, 2019, the Habitats and Cultures studio from the Master’s program of the Université Laval School of Architecture, travelled to Nunavik to collaborate with Kangiqsualujjuamiuq to imagine a sacred house on the Land.


The workshop aims to develop culturally and territorially appropriate projects for Nunavik Inuit communities. Kangiqsualujjuamiuq have highlighted the need for a “Sacred House” or a shelter on the Land, a “Place for the transmission of Inuit culture... and more” particularly for local youth and elders.



Northern partners : Qarmaapik House, Ulluriaq School, Nothern Village of Kangiqsualujjuaq, Northern Village of Kuujjuaq, Jaanimmarik School, Kativitk Regional Government.


A special thanks to Nancy Etok, Hilda Snowball, Ellasie Annanack, Paul Parsons, Frédéric Gagné, Jérémy Loeub and school’s children for the warm welcome.


Professor : Myriam Blais. Teaching assistant : Myrtille Bayle. Students : Dominic Beaudoin, Vincent Bergeron, Mélina Boudreau, Marie-Helen Chouinard, Arianne Côté, Jonathan Estrade, Camille Eustache, Steven Girard, Daniela Gomez, Maxime Hudon, William Lacasse, Etienne Lambert, Alexandre Morency, Magaly Paré, Josiane Thompson, Anabelle Tougas.


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