Laval architecture students help revive Bishop Thorpe

Photo: Scott French

Second-year Université Laval architecture student Caroline Bernard poses with her model of Bishop Thorpe in Carter Hall. Additional rooms in the 168-year-old building will be made available to Anglican travellers.

Bishop Thorpe is entering the 21st century through the eyes of Université Laval's architecture students. The 168-year-old Anglican bishop's residence, located next to the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, was recently the subject of a design project by the university's second-year architecture students.