Designed by architect Roger Taillibert in 1976, the inclined tower of Montréal's Olympic Stadium, one of the city’s iconic buildings, greeted its first tenants, the Desjardins Group, in 2018. A complete work of architecture and interior design was carried out, with the rehabilitation of the façades and the restructuring of the interior spaces. Driven by a simple yet ambitious objective - to inhabit a symbol and its history - the design, adapted to the Olympic Stadium’s organic volumes, fosters interaction and creativity with ultramodern offices that act as a work tool. With the selection of historical references to the stadium’s primary vocation, the Olympic spirit stays omnipresent. The streamlined contemporary style inspired a strong sense of belonging, moving beyond the creation of a workplace to that of an animated, living space.