ADHOC is distinguished by its incredible resume and the achievement of many projects in a short period of time. This company has incredible potential and is evolving in an environment where it is promised a great future. The ephemeral Wellington Street Place in Verdun embodies the maritime spirit of the place, the neighbour-hood having developed along the water. Installations sequentially animate the space, revealing surprises to visitors. The amenities are dressed in a white and blue striped pattern, a characteristic of seaside furniture, and the declining signage instantly reminds of sea-air.The Sylvestre project is a cabin made of recycled cardboard tubes, accumulated as a saddle roof. The tubes let in the light, like a dense forest that provides shelter. The opening of the tubes creates patterns on the ground and plunges visitors into a poetic universe. The Wellington and Sylvestre Place projects are remarkable for their originality as well as the mastery of the various elements used.