Completion of the last phase of the redevelopment of the district Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal has introduced the Esplanade Tranquille as part of a sustainability-focused transformation of the public places in the west pole.
Situated between an old logging road and a working hillside vineyard, a residence in North Hatley village, Quebec, embraces a key motif prevalent in the site’s agricultural setting to create a 47.2-m (155-ft) long, linear house—welcoming views of the vineyard and Lake Massawippi.
The CAPO project, a residence located near Baie Saint-Paul, in the Charlevoix region of Quebec, roots itself in the property’s specific attribute: a rocky cliff, dangerous, and at the limits of habitability.
Located in the Green Mountains in Vermont, U.S., the Three Summits home, designed by Montreal architect NÓS Architectes, blends in with the natural landscape, and conveys the idea of life’s journey through its three main stages: childhood, adulthood, and old age.
A 1950s mall is being turned into a 464,515 m2 (5 million sf) mixed-use project, Oakridge Park, aiming to become a new cultural and civic hub in Vancouver. The scale of the development has prompted the city to classify Oakridge as a municipal town centre (the first outside downtown) and introduce a new area plan for the entire neighbourhood.
Defined as the combination of a park and a shopping mall, Pierrefonds Public Library, designed by Chevalier Morales, aims to bring old city planning concepts to life by blending greenspaces and community utility together into a site plan inspired by shopping mall architecture.
A multidisciplinary team comprised of Sid Lee Architecture, Ateliers Créatifs Montréal, Collectif Récolte, and The Centre for Sustainable Development announced Les Ateliers Cabot is the winning project of the second edition of C40 Réinventer Montréal.
The University of Calgary’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL) has announced the three prize winners, honourable mentions, and finalists of its international design competition, CBDX: Borderlines.
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