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Old Posted Jun 27, 2016, 12:53 AM
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New pavilion of the Museum of Fine Arts, inaugurated last friday. Such a simple and elegant building. Great addition to the city.




















































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The Globe and Mail has a good piece on the new pavilion of the Quebec City museum.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/...ticle30611710/
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Rabbit Snare Gorge cabin sits on a bluff in remote Nova Scotia

30 June 2016


Plates of weathering steel frame the tall doorway to this timber-clad home, designed by architects Design Base 8 and Omar Gandhi for a remote site on Canada's Cape Breton (+ slideshow).

The cabin was built for an arborist and outdoor pursuits enthusiast among the rugged landscape of Rabbit Snare Gorge, from which it takes its name.

It is located on a 46-acre (6.5-hectare) parcel of land on the island of Cape Breton, at the eastern end of Nova Scotia.

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Bright white home by MU Architecture blends with Quebec's snowy landscape

3 June 2016


Canadian studio MU Architecture has completed a white-painted holiday home in rural Quebec that is composed of two stacked volumes that cling to the steep terrain (+ slideshow).

Called the Nook Residence, the weekend retreat is situated in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, in a quiet area near Lake Memphremagog.

Encompassing 3,000 square feet (278 square metres), the two-storey house is clad in white-painted pine, which merges the building with the snowy landscape in winter.

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Old Posted Jun 30, 2016, 4:28 PM
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Great job finding all of those stunners, MonkeyRonin.
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Maison des étudiants de l’ÉTS
Architects: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes
Location: Griffintown (Montreal)


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The Blanche Chalet in Cap-à-l'Aigle, by ACDF












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I love the Montreal student residence!
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Saskatoon's first completed laneway suite:













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Phase I of Element Urban Village in Saskatoon:


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U- Condos - 184 meters recently completed







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Random question - anybody know who makes those dining room chairs? I want some!
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^ The developer who furnished the show suite has a contact on the project's webpage: http://www.elementurbanvillage.com/

Give them a try!
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New Pavillon of the Montreal Museum of Fines Arts (Pavillon pour la Paix Michal et Renata Hornstein).

Architects: Atelier TAG en consortium avec Jodoin, Lamarre, Pratte.

Opening november 19th.

The opening of the Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace
signals the start of Montreal’s 375th anniversary celebrations.

750 works from Old Masters to contemporary artists
Major donation of Old Masters by Michal and Renata Hornstein
Total area of 4,958 square metres for fifth pavilion in the Museum complex


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Construction company Pomerleau's new HQ in Quebec City (Lévis)













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^ sort of like Kenaidan Contracting, a large construction company in Toronto. They have a rather fancy headquarters in Mississauga.

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HAMILTON | Waterdown Memorial Park Skating Loop | Toms + McNally Design & Invizij Architects | 2016


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