Designed by MU Architecture the Slender House Residence is located near the US border in Quebec, the house unfolds in a long linear volume. Nestled on the steep shores of Lake Memphremagog it opens-up onto a peaceful secluded bay.
The new Centre de services Le Bonnallie building, designed by Anne Carrier architecture, is located in a forest. The first half of the building’s main volume gently follows the same contours from which the outdoor amphitheatre is carved.
Designed by Stark Architecture Ltd Drifter Way House’s new plans offers a three bedroom suite, a two bedroom standalone building and a three bedroom primary residence.
Perched above the bedrock at the shore of a remote Canadian lake, the cedar-clad Kiss House takes formal cues from driftwood. Lazor Office designed this beautiful three-bedroom house, dock house, garage, and walled vegetable garden.
Designed by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects Villa Vingt is anchored on a sloping site next to the ski resort Le Relais. The upper ground offers a magnificent view of the Laurentian hills and Lac-Beauport’s residential area.
The next stage of renewal at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa will be unveiled on New Year’s Eve. The Kipnes Lantern is a three-storey, multi-sided signature element of the NAC’s architectural rejuvenation, a $225-million project by Diamond Schmitt Architects.
The project by architect Paul Laurendeau accents one of the city’s most beautiful sites, previously occupied by a paper mill that had to be shut down in the early 2000s due to the industry’s collapse.
Captivating, but above all ingenious, The Less Than Project eloquently illustrates the fertile and insightful contribution resulting from the great collusion between architect Jean Verville and his clients.
Four Rivers, Three Winners: The City of Québec has presented the three winning teams in the Reinventing Our Rivers competition. An international jury, led by architect Jandrik Hoesktra from the Netherlands, was assembled to select the winners.
Built on the slope of Mount Shefford, the residence has been designed by ATELIER GÉNÉRAL architecture and bridges an aerial view on one side and an ascending, rugged topography, populated by rocks and maples, on the other.
Existing behind a 1920’s heritage house, this project seeks to maintain and preserve the original house while adding versatility space to the property. The house, which was designed by Studio North, has a linear form which frames the adjacent yard.
Designed and built by Studio North the Birdhut is a treetop perch that sits on wooden stilts along a forested hillside. Immersed in the tree canopy, the hut accommodates two people, twelve varieties of birds, and whatever inquisitive critters come by to visit.
Within a protected cove along the South Shore of Nova Scotia, at the end of a stretch of sand, a river empties out into the sea. Time and tides have created a one-kilometre forested sandbar on which this, Nova Tayona Architects designed, beach house lightly sits.
LMN Architects designed the world’s first double LEED Platinum convention center, Vancouver Convention Centre West fully integrates the urban ecosystem at the intersection of a vibrant downtown core and one of the most spectacular natural ecosystems in North America.