Maison Lagarde by La SHED Architecture

Maison Lagarde by La SHED Architecture

Built on a very narrow and shallow plot in Montréal, this new 4-storey residence by local studio La SHED Architecture is characterized by its small square footage per floor. In fact, living spaces have been...
Aesop Westmount

Aesop Westmount store by Alain Carle, Montreal

Aesop's first store in Montreal, in the Westmount district, was created in collaboration with Quebecois architect Alain Carle, who used Ivan Illich’s essay H2O & the Waters of Forgetfulness as a point ...

Loop’s Giant Illuminated Wheels Light Up Montreal

This winter the Quartier des spectacles invites Montrealers and visitors to discover Loop, an original installation conceived by Olivier Girouard and Jonathan Villeneuve. The work, which will be on show unti...

Canari House by Naturehumaine, Montréal

Canadian studio Naturehumaine has transformed a 1930s brick fourplex in an urban neighbourhood in Montréal to create a contemporary home with a rental unit for an athletic young couple. The existing part of th...

Henri Cleinge designs Crew Collective offices

Located in the old Royal Bank space on St-Jacques street in Old Montreal, the Crew Collective offices is a project defined by a 12,000 office area for a tech start-up which would also include a café for freela...

Pista Café, Montréal

As a continuation to the implementation of food trucks in Montreal, the Pista Café Mobile, where you can find some of the best coffee in town, was created a little over two years ago as a tricycle/invention....

Dance Floor by Jean Verville

Thousands of golden footsteps spill down the road in a mosaic-like floor in Jean Verville's latest installation for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. During the summer, his elegant installation titled 'Danc...

Vallier restaurant by Appareil architecture

A breath of fresh air was infused into Old Montreal’s popular Vallier restaurant. Local firm Appareil architecture transformed the space to lend it a contemporary feel while preserving its traditional spirit...

560 KM: A thousand logs invade streets in Montréal

Conceived and produced by Kanva and presented by the Quartier des Spectacles, the installation 560 KM is a work consisting of one thousand logs scattered between De Bleury and Clark streets in a metaphorical re...

Sainte-Anne Academy by Taktik Design

Designing an elementary school of tomorrow in a 120,000 square-foot heritage building built in 1896—that’s the challenge that Sainte-Anne Academy gave to Taktik Design. From room layout to furniture design ...

McCulloch Residence in Montreal

Canadian architecture firm Naturehumaine has recently refurbished an old residence built at the foot of Mount Royal in Montréal around the 1860. Originally realized for Dr. McCulloch, after whom the avenue...

Pâtisserie Petit Lapin, Montréal

Pâtisserie Petit Lapin is a kid friendly allergen and gluten free bakery that has just opened up in Westmount, Montréal. Situated on Victoria Avenue in Westmount, the pastry shop occupies a small commercial s...

Aesop Mile-End by Naturehumaine, Montréal

The design of the this new Aesop store in the Montréal's Mile End district portrays in simple ways, the underlying theme of movement found through the heritage of the neighborhood. From the 1880’s to the 1...

Maison Mentana by EM Architecture, Montréal

Emilie Bédard and Maria Rosa Di Ioia, founders of Canadian practice EM Architecture, have recently transformed a 1900's building into a contemporary single-family house in Montréal. The layout is articulated...

Versus Installation by Nonotak at SAT Montréal

Illustrator Noemie Schipfer and architect musician Takami Nakamoto of Paris-based studio Nonotak have unveiled a site-specific audiovisual installation at the Montreal's Society for Arts and Technology. Versus...