Isabelle is a graduate in architecture and a member of the Order of Architects of Quebec. For 30 years, she has combined her expertise in architecture with an excellent knowledge of the needs of people living with functional limitations.

Sensitive to the quality of the built environment, Isabelle pays careful attention to the harmony between function and form, which contributes to creating an inclusive world. His interest in planning, in particular architecture, is reflected in his various collaborations. Focused on the user experience, she works to harmoniously integrate the principles of universal design into institutional, commercial and residential projects, as well as outdoor and transportation facilities.

« Universal design aims for accessibility performance criteria far superior to those provided by codes and standards. The universal design offers a simple, aesthetic, inclusive and durable built framework, at a cost comparable to traditional ways of doing things. »