Montreal-based yh2 introduces TRIPTYCH, a three-pavilion residence carefully nestled in lakeside surroundings. The house, with its crisp lines and sober palette, was built on a sloping site overlooking a small lake in the Laurentian Mountains, one hundred kilometres from Montreal.
Maxime Brouillet was born in the countryside but now lives in Montreal.
He graduated from Concordia University’s Fine Arts program, majoring in Film and Photography. This multidisciplinary education has instilled in Maxime a particular attention to an image’s temporality.
LOCATION: Montréal, Toronto
LEARN MORE: http://www.maximebrouillet.org/
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