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Naturehumaine’s Memphremagog Lake House

20-08-2021

Naturehumaine’s Memphremagog Lake House

At the end of 2020 Canadian architectural studio Naturehumaine completed a big private home in Cantons de l'Est on the shore of Lake Mamphremagog in Québec. The home is inspired by the nearby abbey of St. Benoit-du-Lac in various ways, including the grey colour of the external cladding and the natural lighting, most of which comes from above. Three different volumes contain the living room, bedroom area, and garage/workshop. The big home is covered and decorated with quality materials and furnishings in a contemporary style that ensures energy efficiency.

Winners of the 2021 Prix d’excellence en architecture

12-04-2021

Winners of the 2021 Prix d’excellence en architecture

Eleven Canadian projects have been awarded the Prix d’excellence en architecture 2021, announced by the Ordre des architectes du Québec during an online gala held on April 1. The Grand Prix d’excellence en architecture 2021 and the ‘Prix du public’ (People’s Choice) were presented to the renovation of the Grand Théâtre de Québec, by architectural studio Lemay and Atelier 21, who brought new life to a theatre designed by architect Victor Prus and opened in 1971.

The Montréal Four Seasons Hotel designed by Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture

19-03-2021

The Montréal Four Seasons Hotel designed by Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture

Montreal’s top luxury hotel is now the Four Seasons Hotel designed by Canadian studios Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture, with interiors by Gilles & Boissier and Philip Hazan. The big building measures more than 45,000 square metres, mostly occupied by the hotel, but also containing private residences, retail space, meeting rooms, a spa and wellness centre, and the restaurant of renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson, designed by Atelier Zébulon Perron. Completing this impressive list, the building also contains a sculptural installation eight storeys high by local artist Pascale Girardin. According to the architects, "Four Seasons Hotel Montreal brings back the city to the forefront of the global luxury hotel conversation".

ARCHITEM Wolff Shapiro Kuskowski, residence for students in Quebec

27-04-2020

ARCHITEM Wolff Shapiro Kuskowski, residence for students in Quebec

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.

A veterinary clinic in Montreal by TBA/Thomas Balaban Architecte

21-12-2018

A veterinary clinic in Montreal by TBA/Thomas Balaban Architecte

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.

Naturehumaine’s Bessborough Residence

07-08-2018

Naturehumaine’s Bessborough Residence

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.

A living wall in the house renovated by naturehumaine

22-03-2018

A living wall in the house renovated by naturehumaine

Canadian architecture studio naturehumaine signed a green renovation project in Montreal.

Atelier Paul Laurendeau Cogeco Amphitheatre, Trois-Rivières, Canada

08-01-2018

Atelier Paul Laurendeau Cogeco Amphitheatre, Trois-Rivières, Canada

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’s De la Roche Residence

27-11-2017

Naturehumaine’s De la Roche Residence

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.

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