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Naturehumaine’s Aesop Mile End: A street paved with gold

04-07-2016

Naturehumaine’s Aesop Mile End: A street paved with gold

Canadian architectural practice Naturehumaine built a boutique for Aesop in Montréal. Inspired by the neighbourhood’s eventful history of immigration and constant change, the interiors of the boutique pay homage to Mile End with their dynamism.

Naturehumaine’s McCulloch Residence: growing within boundaries

18-05-2016

Naturehumaine’s McCulloch Residence: growing within boundaries

Canadian architectural studio Naturehumaine renovated a home built in 1860, adding a touch of modernity. The idea was to underline the transition from old to new with colours and materials, all following the boundaries of the property.

La Taule by Architecture Microclimat in Quebec.

04-04-2016

La Taule by Architecture Microclimat in Quebec.

Sport that drives social dynamics paired with architecture that is attentive to the needs of the local community can make a big difference.

Naturehumaine's LeBic

21-03-2016

Naturehumaine's LeBic

Canadian architect Stéphane Rasselet, head of the Naturehumaine team, built an expansion on a home near Bic national park. All the architect's hallmarks are apparent in the project: light, colour and geometry.

Habitat 67 by StudioPractice: a modular landmark in Montreal

03-03-2016

Habitat 67 by StudioPractice: a modular landmark in Montreal

StudioPractice of Canada restyled the interior of a modular living unit in the world-famous architectural landmark Habitat 67. The architects' intention was to restore the original stylemes of the home, which had been covered up as renovations were performed over the years.

LeJeune Residence Montreal by Architecture Open Form

26-02-2016

LeJeune Residence Montreal by Architecture Open Form

Architecture Open Form is responsible for the makeover of an 1890 residence in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, a Borough in Montreal, Canada.

Naturehumaine’s Bolton Residence

19-01-2016

Naturehumaine’s Bolton Residence

In the mountainous land east of Quebec City in Canada, architect Stéphane Rasselet designed a single-family house which, when seen from a certain angle, appears to float in mid-air above a rocky slope. It’s not magic: the illusion is created by volumes and coverings.

The Grand Trunk by MARK + VIVI

24-11-2015

The Grand Trunk by MARK + VIVI

MARK + VIVI is an interdisciplinary design-build studio based in Montreal, Canada and the two partners have built their own home with studio in a 19th century row house in the Montreal suburb of Pointe-Saint-Charles.

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