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Charmed by the ever-so-popular typology of the A-frame cottage, the new owners of this 1950’s property aspired to renovate and revitalize the cottage into a 21st century home. Located in the Eastern Townships, near Montréal, this unique structure sits on an evergreen forest, nearly touching the water on its breathtaking waterplane.
Project name
Chalet_A
Architecture firm
Matière Première Architecture
Location
Estrie, Canada
Photography
Ian Balmorel
ACDF Architecture, a progressive Canadian firm internationally recognized for designing a new generation of meaningful and impactful buildings, is proud to unveil the Apple Tree House, a family retreat located in the heart of Quebec’s Lanaudière region. On a private lot engulfed by dense boreal forest, the single-story glass house epitomizes ACDF’s...
Project name
Apple Tree House
Architecture firm
ACDF Architecture
Location
Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, Canada
Photography
Adrien Williams
For more than a year, the concrete structure of the Hôtel Mile End has been part of the everyday urban landscape of Montreal. Passersby were taken by surprise when their usual scenery was enhanced with the addition of the ephemeral piece by artist Nancy Guilmette
Project name
Room 202, Mile End Hôtel, Montreal, Canada
Location
Mile End Hôtel under construction, 175 Laurier Avenue West, Montreal, Canada
Photography
Olivier Ruel. Video design: Émile Bédard
Le Borgne Rizk Architecture, an award-winning Montreal-based firm renowned for applying creativity, technical competence, and aesthetic sensitivity to the creation of efficient, functional, and harmonious buildings, proudly introduces Notre-Dame, two semi-attached residential triplexes located in Montreal’s south-west district.
Project name
Notre-Dame
Architecture firm
Le Borgne Rizk Architecture
Location
Notre-Dame Street East, Montreal, Canada
Photography
Maxime Brouillet
Alexandre-de-Sève Town House: When Heritage and Contemporary Meet. Restoring a 19th-century house while retaining the heritage and creating a contemporary addition is quite a challenge. The original 60 m² building has been fully restored and converted into two apartments: a two-floor 4 ½ and a 3 ½ on the second floor.
Project name
Alexandre-de-Sève town house
Architecture firm
Guillaume Lévesque architecte
Location
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Photography
Charles Lanteigne photo