The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal


Work itself has been reinvented; now let’s reinvent the return to work.

With workers returning to downtown, we have an opportunity to rethink how we do things as we reclaim our spaces. Let’s make downtown a fun place to be for the workers who are there every day. Let’s give ourselves a break from the daily routine, so that returning to the office is not just going back to the way things were.

As part of the “I love working downtown ” initiative, the Chamber is proud to present a program of fourteen free creative and sensory experiences! Designed by local artists and creators, the installations and activities entice colleagues, friends and partners to enjoy time together during a break in their workday.

Plan and reserve your next fun time now!



Photo credit : Canadiens de Montréal

Generations of Greatness

This urban mural on a brick wall permanently commemorates Montréal’s hockey history, demonstrating the game’s cultural significance. This massive mural will also be technologically enhanced using light installations and special light effects.

Permanent installation

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Photo credit: Claude Cormier + Associés

The Ring

Helping generate buzz about our city and making it more attractive and exciting, this signature project for Montréal will have a monumental impact on the community—benefiting workers, residents, merchants and tourists alike. 

Permanent installation

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Photo credit : Rodeo FX


Promoters: Jobel Art for the Earth and Rodeo FX

The figurative, emotional and informative immersion in the waters of the St. Lawrence will allow passers-by, as they walk through, to consider and visualize the river as a living element and a fundamental resource that is part of Montreal’s DNA.

Location: 1250 René-Lévesque Boulevard


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Photo credit: Les Productions LNDMRK Inc.

Les fleurs sont partout : Le jardin du centre-ville

This installation celebrates the resilience and strength of Montrealers during this pandemic period. Flowers stand tall, regardless of the weather or the season. They bring life to our city, enticing workers to come and admire the energy that is their very essence.

Location: 770 Sherbrooke Street West


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Photo credit: Moment Factory

Miroir Miroir

Miroir Miroir is a series of immersive art installations that are activated by the ideas and movements of those who explore them. Workers downtown are invited to step into a universe of colour and sound, where the destination is a product of their imagination.

Location: Place Bonaventure


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Photo credit: Raphaël Thibodeau

“Station d’été” workspaces

These unique, original themed outdoor meeting rooms are designed to welcome teams and offer them a new way of working downtown that lets them reconnect with colleagues while they rediscover the heart of the city.

Location: Esplanade PVM


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Photo credit: Olivier Bousquet

La MUe de la Place Dupuis

Employees are more than ever looking for a workplace that is inviting, innovative, stimulating and stands out from the crowd. MU will transform some of the corridors into euphoric, immersive experiences that stimulate the senses and will have you exclaiming, “I love working downtown!”

Location: Place Dupuis


Photo credit: Nicolas Grenier


A project in which art and technology come together in an immersive space in the heart of downtown. Workers will be invited to an exhibition featuring a selection of digital works by Quebec artists, whose respective visions reveal a heightened perception of current and future technological issues.

Location: Place Ville Marie



Closed projects

Photo credit : Thierry Du Bois

Festival Art Souterrain XL

Thanks to support from the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, the Festival Art Souterrain will have an unusual format. It will offer visitors more to see and experience in the underground city, showcasing imposing creations and a larger selection of artists, exploring the theme of diversity and inclusion.

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Photo credit : Moment Factory


Moment Factory creates games using elements from team sports and interactive games, and provides a spot for downtown workers to meet and rekindle their collaborative spirit. 

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Photo credit : Ulysse Lemerise

Holographic Garden – The Other Side of the Screen

This installation, Holographic Garden – The Other Side of the Screen, consists of an open structure overlooking an urban garden. The structure is made of shimmering, colourful materials designed to create holographic effects, with local plant life adding the final touch. 

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Photo credit: Harrison Fun

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Promoter: Harrison Fun

Harrison Fun provides us with an accessible, stimulating and beautiful playground celebrating basketball. Located downtown, this space provides players with an impressive, memorable and unique court with smart features.

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Photo credit : Félix Audette

Les Espaces temps

Workers will reconnect with their community in immersive new variations on co-working spaces. These spaces will stop time, letting visitors meet up with co-workers for a coffee break or enjoy some quiet time alone.

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Photo credit : Daily tous les jours

Eating Voices

Whether for lunch, happy hour or a special team dinner, Food Sessions gives people returning downtown for work the opportunity to experience something new at this neighbourhood favourite for foodies.

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