Tag Montréal, Canada

_naturehumaine’s Olivier Nelson Residence

21-08-2020

_naturehumaine’s Olivier Nelson Residence

The duplex is the classic type of home in Montréal: a building containing two separate residential units one above the other. As a household’s economic conditions improve, or family size increases, it is normal to expand by joining the two units in a single-family home. Architectural practice _naturehumaine is experienced in projects of this kind, of which the Olivier Nelson Residence is a prime example. The stylistic key to the Olivier Nelson Residence, and to _naturehumaine as a whole, is a blend of cleanliness and geometry, eclectic use of materials and minimalist furnishings.

Minéral, a new venue by Blanchette Architectes in Montreal

10-07-2020

Minéral, a new venue by Blanchette Architectes in Montreal

The Canadian firm Blanchette Architectes recently completed Minéral, the latest project from entrepreneurs and restaurateurs Mathieu Ménard and Steve Grenier, in the heart of Montreal’s Gay Village. A wine bar by day and a nightclub after sundown, this venue welcomes guests with a mood that plays with the use of light and simple materials.

2020 Prix d'excellence en architecture, Quebec

09-06-2020

2020 Prix d'excellence en architecture, Quebec

The Ordre des architectes du Québec (OAQ) announced the winners of its awards of excellence and distinctions for 2020 online, during a live, interactive gathering. This year’s Grand Prix d’excellence went to the Espace Paddock, designed by Les architectes FABG.

Architecture, the pandemic and the future of design: lemay

04-05-2020

Architecture, the pandemic and the future of design: lemay

In only a few months, everything has changed completely. Even the world of architecture. In search of possible new scenarios, Floornature opens the discussion of a new approach to design for a time of public health emergency, publishing a series of interviews with architects all over the world. How are the big studios organising their work, and what has been the impact of the current situation on smaller architectural practices? What does it mean to design infrastructure, cultural centres and living spaces while avoiding social contact? Might the resilience we seek in buildings also be applicable to the profession of architect? Here are the architects’ responses, some in text form and others in videos, in the usual style of our portal.

18 Shades of Gay by Claude Cormier, 2020 RAIC Award of Excellence

09-04-2020

18 Shades of Gay by Claude Cormier, 2020 RAIC Award of Excellence

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CLSA) announced the 2020 National Urban Design Award winners, one of which is the landscape Claude Cormier with his work 18 Shades of Gay in the Urban Fragments category.

Impressions from the Art Souterrain Festival in Montreal

20-03-2020

Impressions from the Art Souterrain Festival in Montreal

RESET is the theme of the 12th Art Souterrain Festival that decorates 5 km from Montreal's underground pedestrian network - a classic urban non-place - and seven off-path locations to present works of contemporary art by fifty-five local and international artists.

EXPO 67 Montreal, redevelopment by Lemay

18-11-2019

EXPO 67 Montreal, redevelopment by Lemay

The Canadian firm Lemay is a leading provider of integrated design services for the built environment and has now worked its magic on the 1967 International and Universal Exposition or EXPO 67 site in Montreal, Canada. The design team has given the site original heart a total makeover as the new Espace 67, and their concept blends the enchanting natural setting and rich historic past of this exceptional site, to give the city a truly versatile space.

Ninth edition of Luminothérapie in Montreal

03-01-2019

Ninth edition of Luminothérapie in Montreal

Domino Effect by Ingrid Ingrid is a participatory installation, winning the ninth edition of Luminothérapie, Quebec’s largest competition for temporary public art installations, located in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles, Montreal.

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.

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