The headquarters, with an area of 15,735 m², includes 150 rooms for nuns, a chapel, the Provincialate and community premises including a library. It is designed to meet the needs of the aging population with adapted rooms, monitoring and service counters, therapeutic baths, occupational therapy and physiotherapy services, as well as a dining room and a central kitchen.
The design of a new 170-seat chapel is the major element in the life of the religious community and the architectural project. The developed concept revived the volumetry of the old chapel and opted for a rectangular plan with a triangular vault. The rigor of the geometry is attenuated by the metal hoops at the windows which project gently on the assembly. The choir of the elevated chapel is highlighted by the simplicity of the organ designed in collaboration with Casavant and Frères. The whole is refined by its monochrome and dominated by a crucifix. Like the works of Carlo Scarpa, the sculpture is highlighted by a zenithal light. This "light coming from above", in the words of Scarpa, is the main element of the architectural composition. All the wooden furniture including the holy water font were also designed by the architects, ensuring a unique reading and integration of the design arts.