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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.

Paul Bernier’s Cottage on the Point in Montreal, Canada

26-02-2021

Paul Bernier’s Cottage on the Point in Montreal, Canada

Paul Bernier’s architectural studio built an extension on what was for forty years a wooden cottage on the shore of a lake near Montreal where the owners went to enjoy the natural beauty of the Canadian wilderness. Paul Bernier expanded the cabin vertically to provide even better views of the lake and expand the building without increasing its footprint. He ensures that the old and the new parts of the home can be easily distinguished, in an honest harmony that clearly shows how this rustic yet contemporary building has evolved over the years.

Maison Koya, living with several generations in touch with nature

30-11-2020

Maison Koya, living with several generations in touch with nature

Canadian studio Alain Carle Architecte has built a house in Saint-Saveur in the Laurentian Mountains north of Montreal, which blends in perfectly with the surrounding nature and enables the whole family of three generations to live together. Everything is designed to foster dialogue with the context as well as amongst the family, while still maintaining everyone’s individual privacy.

_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.

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