IN 2 Residence

IN 2 Residence in Montréal

Design: Jean Verville architecte

The architect, Jean Verville, infiltrates his installations with intriguing photographic proposals in which the presence of an allegorical figure proposes a new modality of appreciation for architecture.

IN 3 Residence

IN 3 Residence in Montréal

Design: Jean Verville architecte

In 2017, the architect Jean Verville realized IN 1 2 and 3, three installations combining art, architecture and domesticity. These intimate portraits present universes transposing the personalities of their occupants, while illustrating their moving collaborations with the designer.

IN 1 Residence

IN 1 Residence in Montréal

Design: Jean Verville architecte

The IN 1 project brings architect Jean Verville to confront his reflections on his own perception of spatiality with the production of a model on a human scale. Abstract dimensional form produces architecture free from function and materiality.

Laurent and Clark

Laurent & Clark Breaks Ground in Montréal

Design: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes

Located in the Quartier des Spectacles, the first phase of this major real estate development, whose completion is planned for 2019, will house 159 condominiums distributed over 21 floors.

1st Avenue Residence

1st Avenue Residence in Montréal

Design: Architecture Microclimat

The clients, a couple with two children, noticed this abandoned property on 1st Avenue. Facing a neighbourhood park in Rosemont, an area prized for its green spaces and tight-knit community, it was the perfect setting for a new build.

Campus MIL Viaduct

Campus MIL Viaduct in Montreal

Architects: civiliti

The east guardrail is treated in a more static but no less dramatic way. At night, the upper structure appears to float above its sculptural base, every detail emphasized by lighting.

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Sommerville Residence in Montréal

Design: NatureHumaine, Architects

A couple with two young children wishes to renovate a row house dating back to the 1970s. Being part of a set of rowhouses designed uniformly, no changes were brought to the exterior appearance of the house.