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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
Set against Mont-Tremblant National Park, and nestled within the Devil’s River valley, the Farouche agrotourism site offers a singular and unique concept for the Laurentians region of Quebec. Making the most of the natural and untamed qualities of the territory of almost one hundred acres, the project combines a Nordic farm, a café-bar, four-season...
Project name
Farouche Tremblant
Architecture firm
Atelier L'Abri
Location
Lac-Supérieur, Québec, Canada
Photography
Raphaël Thibodeau
A home where wood and natural light triumph. With La Cadrée Perchée, L’Empreinte Design Architecture offers constant interaction with the outdoors through a home that reflects light and frames a wild, rejuvenating, and inspiring environment. As a demonstration of symbiosis with nature, this achievement reflects the benefits of architecture on the w...
Project name
La Cadrée Perchée
Architecture firm
L'Empreinte Design Architecture
Location
Morin-Heights, Quebec, Canada
Photography
Pier-Olivier Lepage
Located on the shores of prestigious Lake Memphremagog, in the Eastern Townships Region of Quebec, this residence sits atop the lake’s steep shores, projecting itself onto a peaceful bay and providing impressive views of the surrounding environment. Inspired by a bird’s unfolded wing, the residence’s distinctive, undulating, and architecturally con...
Project name
Memphrémagog Lake Residence
Architecture firm
MU Architecture
Location
Memphremagog Lake, Magog, Québec, Canada
Photography
Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard
Nestled on the south side of Mount Shefford (Québec, Canada), this residence is divided into three main volumes that follow the curves of the land. The volume that is slightly embedded in the mountain, on the rear façade, houses a ceramic workshop and a garage.
Project name
Shefford House
Architecture firm
Atelier BOOM-TOWN
Location
Shefford, Canada
Photography
Raphaël Thibodeau
Two brothers have embraced outdoor activities as part of their fast-paced city life. A new building on the banks of Lake Brome, will act as a symbol of and a tool for the fulfillment of this commitment - a building in which to share time with friends.
Project name
Chalet Lakeside
Architecture firm
Atelier Schwimmer
Location
Lac-Brome, Canada
Photography
Adrien Williams
 “La Grange”, the new residence of the “Terrasses Cap-à-l’Aigle” development, is situated in the magnificent Charlevoix region. Its architecture highlights the rugged charm of the site while framing the breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River. Located atop a ridge and surrounded by the neighboring forest, this large house dominates the site wi...
Project name
Malbaie VIII-La Grange
Architecture firm
MU Architecture
Location
Cap-à-l’Aigle, Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada
Photography
Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard (YUL Photo)
Nestled in Quebec's Laurentian forest, this residence is a composition of volumes with soothing and balanced proportions which, on winter nights, sparkles through the woods like a guiding lantern. The architectural structure, facing a large mountain and a beautiful lake, is spread across three levels, totaling 4,500 sq.ft. (420 sq.m. ).
Project name
The Lantern
Architecture firm
MU Architecture
Location
Val-Morin, Quebec, Canada
Photography
Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard