Québec condominium targets LEED certification

September 25, 2018

Inspired by Scandinavian architecture, the Arborescence development in Québec will be built with natural materials. Photo courtesy KnightsBridge[1]
Inspired by Scandinavian architecture, the Arborescence development in Québec will be built with natural materials.
Photo courtesy KnightsBridge

KnightsBridge[2] is developing a series of condominiums on Bromont Mountain’s Kamloops Trail in Québec. The eco-friendly project titled Arborescence is aiming for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and will be built in various phases, for a total of 260 units. The first phase will have 48 units and be delivered toward the end of 2019. The investment is evaluated at approximately $100 million.

With streamlined Scandinavian architecture, each unit will be built with natural materials and feature a gas fireplace, 3 to 4.5-m (9- to 15-ft) ceilings, superior soundproofing, and expansive windows to put the focus on nature. In addition to unobstructed views of the Eastern Townships, Arborescence will offer a range of amenities such as heated outdoor pool, hot tub, pond with dock, tennis and beach volleyball courts, and an outdoor fireplace.

ABCP Architecture[3] has designed the development.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: https://www.constructioncanada.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/condo.jpg
  2. KnightsBridge: https://devkb.ca/
  3. ABCP Architecture: https://www.abcparchitecture.com/en/

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