Situated on a heavily treed, west facing property on Chandos Lake, this year-round home replaced the family’s 1950’s cottage. Inspired by the idea of a simple sloping plane hovering over a large open living space that flows from inside to outside …
This adaptive reuse of a former warehouse has maintained the exterior almost untouched, with only a few new windows inserted into existing openings. This soft touch has been extended to the interior,
Two external courtyards interrupt the linearity of the ENE house, one that announces the access and another, more generous, in relation to the kitchen and the dining room.
The Cap St-Martin House is located at the end of a long winding road in Potton. Most of the neighbouring properties are made up of second homes isolated from each other by a mixed forest, facing Lake Memphremagog.
Atelier BOOM-TOWN took advantage of the redevelopment of Loft Duvernay located in an industrial building near the Atwater Market in Montreal, Quebec, to make a second transformation of this former factory, converted into a dwelling project in the 1980s.
Located in a neighborhood characterized by illegal buildings, a house is defined with its outer oblique borders, thus designing the different spans of the two-storey dwelling with accessible roof, so as to contemplate the view.