A major tourist attraction for well over a century, the Charlevoix region features some of Québec’s most striking landscapes. Over the last fifteen years, with the opening of a new ski resort, this already popular spot truly became a year-round destination.
This winter chalet uses the stilt typology to create a protected ground floor area with an outdoor stove. It is an unusual space where residents can be amongst nature and the snowy exterior while still having some protection from the elements.
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.
This ancient barn, which now sits near a secondary residence, had outlived its usefulness and was going to ruin. Wishing to save it from an impending loss, the owner decided to convert it into a house for his children: a gathering place to celebrate.
Majestically placed on its wooded perch in the heart of the Eastern Townships, this ski country house is destined to both dominate and blend in with the decor.