The discovery center has, among other awards, been recognized by the Canadian Green Building Awards 2018, the Canadian Wood Council’s Wood Design&Building Award 2018.
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Following the success of their first stationary boutique, the Baltic Club owners opened a second location in Montreal, this time on Mount-Royal Avenue in the Plateau borough.
Héloise Thibodeau, Architecte Inc. designed new facilities for Cégep Marie-Victorin, a public college in north-east Montreal. College MV offers a wide range of diverse programs, some of which are artistic in nature.
Sid Lee Architecture is proud to announce that Espace C2 has been shortlisted, among four finalists, in the Event Spaces category at the AHEAD Americas Awards 2018. The gala awards dinner will take place on Tuesday, June 12, at the Faena Forum in Miami.
Falafel Yoni is nestled in the heart of Montreal’s trendy Mile-End neighbourhood. The city’s zoning regulated that the restaurant’s capacity be limited to 12 seats, which led to the design of a generous curved bar with a diner feel.
This new residential project by architects naturehumaine is in a 1980s downtown tower. The interior renovation project aims to completely open a space originally partitioned and to compensate for the lack of light at the heart of the apartment.
Provencher_Roy is responsible for the architectural work on the Montréal Tower and the interior design of the new Desjardins spaces. The premises, vacant since 1987, are currently being transformed into office space.
CRISP was born from the owner’s strong will to open a barbershop unlike all others. It was IVYSTUDIO’s job to create a unique experience in a minimalistic environment that put the spotlight on the barbers, without compromising on the spaces functionality.
Award-winning firms Lemay, Perkins+Will and Bisson Fortin will design an integrated, sustainable system of light-rail train stations, woven into urban, industrial and natural landscapes, as part of NouvLR General Partnership’s recently won contract for the 67-kilometre network.
naturehumaine’s transformation of this house opens it up, revitalizes the relationship between the spaces and creates a visual link between each one.
The original intent for this project was to create a new layout that maximizes natural light and views onto Montreal’s downtown area as well as promote informal meeting and socialisation among employees. To this end, the tree becomes a strong inspirational image for the development of the project.
As you approach the shop, designed by OBIEKT, you quickly notice the pine tree logo cut out of a long creamcoloured sign, which also contains the brand’s name in its original handwritten font.
Designed by Atelier Urban Face, located on one of Montreal’s most beloved landmarks and urban family escapes, Mount Royal Park, the kiosks are both a poetic and practical response the surroundings.