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Anne-Marie Broudehoux

Anne-Marie Broudehoux has been a professor at UQAM School of Design since 2002. She holds a doctorate in architecture from the University of California at Berkeley (2002), a master of architecture from McGill University (1994) and a bachelor's degree in architecture from Laval University (1991).
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Anne-Marie Broudehoux has been a professor at UQAM School of Design since 2002. She holds a doctorate in architecture from the University of California at Berkeley (2002), a master of architecture from McGill University (1994) and a bachelor's degree in architecture from Laval University (1991).

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