Projects - Public
Projects - Residential
Tour des Pins
Window on the Lake
The Wooden Wing
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.
Marie-Claude Hamelin, architect
Loukas Yiacouvakis, architect
Ébénisterie des Bois-Francs
2006 / 2007