Atelier Boom-Town

About Atelier Boom-Town

Historically, the Boomtown house is associated with the “mushroom” towns created near industrial complexes and mines in the years 1890–1920. It is easily recognized by its simple facade and square shape. Its roof is flat or nearly flat, an innovation for the time. The popularity of the Boomtown house was mainly due to increased space and low construction costs.

A century later, Atelier Boom-town proposes a rereading of human scale buildings architecture based on the original principles of the Boomtown house: Simplicity and efficiency. Working with space, light and matter, we design contemporary houses, adapted to modern living.

LOCATION: Montréal, Québec, Canada


Alizé Residence / Atelier BOOM-TOWN

Alizé Residence / Atelier BOOM-TOWN

Atelier BOOM-TOWN presents Alizé Residence, perched on one of the many peaks of the Lac Saint-Victor estate in Wentwoth-Nord, Quebec, Canada. The Alizé residence clings to a cliff to better project itself towards the horizon

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