Steven Somogyi creates models conceptualizing large-scale projects, and his work demonstrates that the virtual revolution is far from replacing the physical element.
“To be lucky, you must believe in luck,” as Jacques Arpels, nephew of the founding couple, liked to say. An avid collector, he would pick four-leaf clovers in the back yard of his house in Germigny-l’Évêque, offering them to his employees along with an English poem, “Don’t Quit.”
Designer Scott Yetman daringly uses white to give a sense of space, highlight details, and illuminate an outmoded home.
In collaboration with the Stewart Program for Modern Design, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is presenting Parall(elles): A History of Women in Design.
Built to optimize the view of Mount Pinacle, this contemporary house erected on high ground in Sutton in the touristic region of the Eastern Townships surprises with its unusual design.
The architecture of this unusual home strikes a fine balance between power and lightness. Created by the firm yh2, it received the 2021 award of excellence in the category of residential building, rural setting, from the Ordre des architectes du Québec.
CV Concept
Boasting an exceptionally rich architectural heritage, this Westmount home was meticulously remodeled in keeping with its original style by interior designer and architect Martha Franco.
What defines an organic design? Inspiration that is drawn from nature, or that it is crafted primarily from natural materials harmonizing with man-made elements.
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Équipe Vienneau-Larrivée
In contrast to the bare minimalism of Mid-Century Modern spaces, transitional styles are warmer and more collected.
Renovated to bring in more natural light and highlight its original modern style, this Outremont property has been standing out from its traditional neighbours for nearly nine decades.
Atelier Michel Leroux