Tour des Pins
La maison du sculpteur Jarnuszkiewicz
Geometry in black
Château de cartes
Geometry in blue
The maisons closes
The First House
Rue Saint-Christophe is an alley-like street on which the majority of buildings have their main façades on the neighbouring Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint-André.
Thus, on Rue Saint-Christophe are found many garages and service buildings, and a few rare residential façades.
It is this status as an almost-alley that gives the narrow street its calm, isolated, and disparate personality formed of brick, concrete, and greenery, as a few backyards give onto it.
Pavot rouge is a flower of macadam, a bright-orange brick pavilion built over the garage of a triplex facing Rue Saint-Hubert.
A calm, private urban habitat in the heart of one of the liveliest neighbourhoods of Montréal.
Ébénisterie des Bois-Francs
2006 / 2007