Missisquoi North Residence

Love of Quebec Rachel and Raphael fell in love with an old cottage on a huge piece of land bordering the Missisquoi River. It is impossible to think of changing location in these conditions, unless you throw your heart in the garbage. That leaves the house to change. That’s when we got back on the…

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The Deslauriers House

This house, designed by Paul Bernier Architecte, is located on a plain near the Bromont Equestrian Center. The rural character of the area and the presence of equestrian activities set the tone for the design of this house. The project is built in three simple volumes with steeply sloping roofs. The layout and spacing of…

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VUE Sutton

A magnificent site calls for a discreet project, which leaves all the space to nature, trees and valleys. Inspired by the site, the architectural intention was to develop a simple project, linked to the land by its shape, inviting the outside inside. Thus, the house, dark and sober, settles delicately on a plateau, while advancing…

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The Southeast Pavilion

The integration of the residence in its natural environment is definitely the element that had the greatest influence on the project. With the objective of preserving a maximum of vegetation, it was agreed to position the house at the very beginning of the steep slope, in order to create a two-level dwelling. A transversal access…

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Deslauriers House

Designed with the daily hustle and bustle of a large family in mind, this house nestled in the heart of a majestic forest is meant to be a place to live and grow. A desire to respect the context of its location and a willingness to take advantage of the best that nature has to…

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Eccles Hill House

Restoration and enhancement of a late 19th century ancestral home located on the historic route taken by the Fenians in their attempt to invade Canada. In collaboration with L.McComber architecture in collaboration with Emmanuelle Dorais Renderings: Emmanuelle Dorais

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