Montreal-based yh2 designed this spacious light-filled house, 90 minutes drive from Montreal, is literally hanging from a cliff as its French name, “Dans l’Escarpement”, implies.
Designed by Dialog Design the Royal Alberta Museum takes a modern approach to attracting museum-goers by artfully weaving a narrative between nature and the building, sustainably creating a space for lovers of history and culture.
The Senate of Canada Building design by Diamond Schmitt Architects: a historic landmark in Ottawa re-opens as interim home to Canada’s upper house of Parliament, restoring Beaux-Arts central train station.
Redesigned by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design, Jill Greaves Design, Dialogue 38 the historic Walper Hotel in Canada’s Silicon Valley North is the new hot spot for Kitchener Waterloo’s growing tech community.
Recognizing the sublime qualities of the Canadian prairie winter skies, for the SKYBOX project inFuture have used angled planes of mirrored aluminum to draw the sky into a mobile pavilion on Winnipeg’s frozen river trail.
Designed by ACDF Architecture La Barque is a hyperactive family’s peaceful shelter. The house was inspired by the owners’ love for the northern landscapes.
Montreal-based yh2 introduces TRIPTYCH, a three-pavilion residence with its crisp lines and sober palette, built on a sloping site overlooking a small lake in the Laurentian Mountains, one hundred kilometres from Montreal.
Affleck de la Riva’s design and the construction of Rigaud City Hall was recently completed. Rigaud City Hall is a new civic administration facility for a small Quebec community fifty kilometres west of Montreal.
D’Arcy Jones Architects designed The Friesen Wong House. This property is situated on a rocky knoll, at the edge of a non-descript cul-de-sac amid the treed and free flowing topography of the Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park.
Right from the first visit ESPACE VITAL architecture noticed that the clients had adopted the rock mound for their base camp. They had built a floating deck on its top giving a sense of owning the site and offering views of the surrounding forest.
The Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada have recommended Diamond Schmitt Architects and KWC Architects design their joint facility for a new central library and archive.
Designed by Thellend Fortin Architectes the inspiration for the Long Horizontals House came from the majestic landscape of the St. Lawrence River estuary, visible from the rocky headland on which it is located.
The Snøhetta and DIALOG designed new Central Library has opened its doors to the public. With aims to welcome over twice as many annual visitors to its 240,000 SF of expanded facilities, the library will fill a vital role for the rapidly expanding city.
Designed by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects, Dômes Charlevoix is a new concept of four seasons eco-luxurious accommodations located in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, next to the Massif de Charlevoix, near Quebec City.