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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
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
From Longing to Belonging: Forest House I is the latest work by Montréal-based studio, Natalie Dionne Architecture. The firm has earned widespread praise over the years for its contextual approach, its creativity, and its attention to detail. Forest House I adds to a rich portfolio of original, residential homes, equal parts urban and rural.
Project name
Forest House I
Architecture firm
Natalie Dionne Architecture
Location
Bolton-Est, Eastern Townships, QC, Canada
Photography
Raphaël Thibodeau