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NatureHumaine Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

13 May 2018
Ville-Marie Apartment, Montreal, Qc, Canada
Ville-Marie Apartment
photo : Adrien Williams
Apartment in Ville-Marie
This new residential project is located in a 1980s downtown tower. The interior renovation project aims to completely open a space originally partitioned and to compensate for the lack of light at the heart of the apartment.

2 Nov 2017
De la Roche Residence, Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie Residence
photo : Adrien Williams
De la Roche Residence
A couple with two young children wish to transform a duplex located in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie into their principal family residence. The project consists in reorganizing the original portion of the house and enlarging it with an extension in the yard while preserving the façade on the street as required by the city bylaws.

7 May 2017
Résidence Sommerville, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Résidence Sommerville Montréal |
photo : Adrien Williams
Marquette Residence in Montréal
A couple with two young children wishes to renovate a row house dating back to the 1970s. Being part of a set of rowhouses designed uniformly, no changes were brought to the exterior appearance of the house.

18 May 2016
Marquette Residence, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Marquette Residence
photo : Adrien Williams
Marquette Residence in Montréal
The project is located in the Rosemont-Petite-Patrie facing the backyard of Papineau Street, a busy commercial street in Montreal. The project consists of 6 housing units each boasting a private access.

6 Feb 2015
Bolton Residence, Bolton East, Québec, Canada
Bolton Residence
photo : Adrien Williams + David Dworkind
Bolton Residence in Quebec
Having bought a beautiful plot of wooded land in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, the client dreamt of building a country house that would be in perfect symbiosis with its natural environment.

12 Sep 2013
Connaught Residence, Notre Dame de Grâce, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Connaught Residence Montréal
photo : Adrien Williams
Connaught Residence in Montréal
The changing needs of a growing family triggered the complete reconfiguration and extension of their existing 1950 concrete house. They wanted a contemporary extension that would harmonize with the modern spirit of the original house.

Stacked House, Rue St-Christophe, Montréal
St-Christophe Residence
photo : Adrien Williams
House on Rue St-Christophe – 12 Aug 2013
This project was done in collaboration with the client who wished to build his own home. The site is located in a back alley of Montréal’s Plateau neighborhood and the design reflects the patchwork of extensions and renovations typically found in Plateau alleyways. The constraints of the site called for a house that was built upwards versus outwards. Four boxes clad in different materials are stacked one on top of the other. A void carved out of the center of the house, provides daylight, ventilation, and private outdoor space.

Chambord Residence, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec
Chambord Residence Quebec
photo : Adrien Williams
Chambord Residence – 13 Jun 2013
The client wanted to utilize the second storey of her 1920s duplex by converting her former rental unit into 3 bedrooms and an office space. While the grey-stone front facade only required minor restorations, the back of the house was transformed completely. An emphasis on transparency creates constant visual and physical connections with the backyard.

NatureHumaine – Key Projects

Major Projects by NatureHumaine, alphabetical:

La Couleuvre
Montreal Flat Extension
photo : Adrien Williams
Montreal Flat Extension – 27 May 2013
Nicknamed “la couleuvre” (the garden snake). The parents’ quarters are located in the ground floor brick volume, while the kid’s bedrooms are pushed up into the twisting volume upstairs. A bright orange handrail leads you up into the kids’ zone. An open concept bathroom that facilitates family bath time also acts as the circulation to the 3 bedrooms with built in bunk beds and furniture in a similar playful language.

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