In 2019, ACDF created an expo celebrating the work of French architect Roger Taillibert for the Centre d’arts de Repentigny, which the local firm also designed. Taillibert built the largest dome in the world, the Aspire Zone of Doha, and the Olympic Park of Montreal - the largest tilted tower in the world, in addition to some other 300 buildings.
Master of some of the most innovative architecture of the late 20th century, Taillibert was fascinated by structural tensile and concrete systems that could be assembled in a way similar to meccano blocks but was also a strong believer in soft curves. The main, dark curve in the expo speaks to this. He relied heavily on the circle, the ellipse, thin walls, concrete arches and prefabrication, together making his buildings radiant while discovering economical ways to build.