Designed by Studio North The Hillhurst Laneway House is for a growing family that has lived in the same house for two generations. With a small child, aging parents and a busy lifestyle, adding a laneway house to their property is an ideal way to allow the family to grow.
Anne Carrier architecture opted for a Land Art approach, focusing on natural settings and materials. The aim was to make the new building as discreet as possible and showcase the site’s landscape and heritage features.
Designed by Natasha Thorpe Design Go Orthodontistes clinic is located within a commercial complex, Go Orthodontistes clinic is accessible by a hallway between the exterior commercial complex and the carefully crafted universe that lies within.
Designed by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects L’Accostée House is located in the Adstock area, on the shores of Lac St-François. The clients have lived on this beautiful site for a few years and enjoy aquatic activities on the lake.
The De La Canardière Residence in Val-Morin was designed by Atelier BOOM-TOWN to enable a sister and brother to meet as a family on special occasions and to unwind in contact with nature.
Diamond Schmitt Architects has been selected to design a landmark multi-use building for a new urban precinct in the City of Vaughan. It will house offices and amenity space for the largest construction local union in North America.
The La Cornette House project, designed by YH2, is modelled on traditional Quebec houses of old that lodged large families and their relatives. This house for celebrations and holidays, designed for two families.
The La Luge project, designed by YH2, is made out of two embracing volumes set on different levels – one dark, one light, thus creating distinct spaces, freely merging one into the other.
The house, designed by YH2, stands on the site of an old family cottage, just steps away from the shores of Lac Plaisant in the Mauricie region. Thanks to its simplicity, restraint and refinement, the project embodies the architect’s attempt to capture the essence of cottage life.
This holiday house, designed by Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster, consists of two volumes stacked on one another. The upper volume form both a bridge and a cantilever. This massing strategy allows for the charged relationship between the building and the ground.
Studio Libeskind designed the National Holocaust Monument honoring the millions of innocent men, women and children who were murdered under the Nazi regime and recognize those survivors who were able to eventually make Canada their home.
YH2 architecture designed The Wooden Wing house perched on a sizeable outcrop of granite bedrock, giving it a commanding yet intimate view of the lake and Mont Tremblant, on the other side.
Studio North designed the Withrow Laneway House which offers an opportunity to save one of Calgary’s heritage houses and to build an affordable, compact living space in the inner city.
DIALOG’s design emphasizes the fact that it is first and foremost a practice facility for DJD’s professional dancers. Artistic Director Kimberly Cooper asked for an inspiring space to develop choreography and would be enjoyable to work in on a daily basis.