Architectural firm ARCHITEM Wolff Shapiro Kuskowski has designed an innovative residence for young students at Bishop’s College School near Sherbrooke, Quebec. The new building, called Mitchell Family House overlooks the 100-year-old campus on the banks of the St. Francis River.
Canadian firm TBA/Thomas Balaban Architecte is behind the renovation and extension of a two-storey structure in Montreal, turning an abandoned photo studio into a mixed-use property comprising a veterinarian hospital and emergency clinic, and four residential units.
We published our first Naturehumaine project in 2015. Three years later, Stéphane Rasselet’s studio has grown significantly in terms of the size, quantity and quality of its projects, while successfully preserving its own characteristic style combining the key current of minimalism with geometric shapes and bold contrasts in materials and colours.
Cogeco Amphitheatre, designed by architect Paul Laurendeau in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, quickly became an important urban landmark and an engine driving economic growth and tourism throughout the region.
Naturehumaine of Canada has designed a new residence, staying true to its characteristic style featuring geometric figures, flat fields of colour and boldly contrasting materials. All combined with a great love of wide open, brightly lit spaces: the Canadian recipe for happiness for a new family about to move.
Stéphane Rasselet has signed his name to a new project. Somerville House is a home on four floors, whose interiors the Canadian architects, naturehumaine, have redesigned in a minimalist key, with great attention to detail.
Canadian architect Stéphane Rasselet, head of Naturehumaine studio, planned the renovation and expansion of an old duplex, contrasting the texture of 1920’s brickwork with his trademark style featuring modern colours and angular shapes.
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