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Chez Carl Tapas & BBQ Restaurant in Nun’s Island, Canada by Jean de Lessard, Designer Créatif

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

Article source: Jean de Lessard, Designer Créatif

Incredibly enveloping, sexy… These are the words that best describe Chez Carl Tapas & BBQ, a new Nun’s Island restaurant created by the interior designer Jean de Lessard. This time, the designer explores the hidden dimension of space with amazing results!.

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

  • Architects:  Jean de Lessard, Designer Créatif
  • Project: Chez Carl Tapas & BBQ Restaurant
  • Location: Nun’s Island, Canada
  • Photography: Adrien Williams
  • Client: Restaurant Chez Carl tapas & BBQ
  • Design: Jean de Lessard, designers créatifs
  • General contractor: Castle Reno (Paul Cantwell)
  • Restaurant: 1,229 square feet
  • Dining capacity: nearly 70 places


Modernisation of the Casino in Montreal, Canada by Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux & Provencher Roy Architectes

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

Article source: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux & Provencher Roy Architectes

The consortium of MENKÈS SHOONER DAGENAIS LETOURNEUX Architectes / PROVENCHER_ROY Architectes have signed an important retrofit project of the Casino de Montréal. This project, which spread over four years, responded to the challenge of simplifying the building’s indoor and outdoor circulations, improving the quality of the gambling, recreational and dining areas as well as providing a thematic unity to the different designs. “We are proud we succeeded in finding the former Expo 67 pavilion’s character, which now makes the Casino de Montréal a gambling establishment that is unique in the world and renowned for its original character”, says Claude Provencher, Founding Partner of Provencher_Roy Architectes.

Image Courtesy © Stéphane Groleau, Marc Cramer

  • Architects: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux & Provencher Roy Architectes
  • Project: Modernisation of the Casino
  • Location: Montreal, Canada
  • Photography: Stéphane Groleau, Marc Cramer
  • CLIENT NAME: Casiloc
  • Architects In Charge: Yves Dagenais, Jean-Pierre Le Tourneux, Claude Provencher
  • INTERIOR DESIGN: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux / Provencher_Roy Design intérieur (Moureaux Hauspy Design) / restaurants: in collaboration with Blazysgerard
  • ELECTRICITY: Technika HBA / Bouthillette Parizeau
  • ENGINEERING: Technika HBA / Bouthillette Parizeau
  • BUILDING: Pasquin Saint-Jean et Associés / Roche
  • LIGHTING: Ombrage
  • KITCHEN AND BAR: Genivar
  • PROJECT SURFACE AREA : 45 000 m2

Residence the Grands Jardins in Petite-Rivière-St-François, Canada by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architectes

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Article source: Bourgeois / Lechasseur architectes

The Grands-Jardins home is located in the Charlevoix region, specifically in Petite-Rivière-St- François, close to the Massif ski station. It sits on the mountainside on a rocky wooded site overlooking the St. Lawrence River. One of the major challenges of the project was to position the house so as to optimize the privacy and the views offered by the site. The home is built parallel to the street and at a slight angle so as to look out over the south and the river. From the inside, you feel you are in a ship’s cabin. As the house is located on a deep slope, passersby can see the top level from the street, while on the river side, three above-ground levels elegantly rise to reveal a façade interconnected by a play of angles and glass.

Image Courtesy © Alexandre Guilbeault

  • Architects: Bourgeois / Lechasseur architectes
  • Project: Residence the Grands Jardins
  • Location: Petite-Rivière-St-François, Canada
  • Photography: Alexandre Guilbeault
  • Engineers: Axys Consultants
  • General Contractor: Constructions des Grands Jardins
  • Year of construction: 2013

Finer Things in Alberta, Canada by Within Licensed Interior Design Inc.

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

Article source: Within Licensed Interior Design Inc.

Scope of Work

Open up back area of the home so the lake views could be seen from end to end, creating a larger kitchen with ample storage space and a complete with a custom wine bar for entertaining. Rework layout of master ensuite to include a custom steamshower , freestanding tub and double vanity. A complete finish update to both floors to create a cohesive look.

Image Courtesy © Within Licensed Interior Design Inc.

  •  Interior DesignersWithin Licensed Interior Design Inc. (Lindsay Zelensky, Cory Riley)
  • Project: Finer Things
  • Location: Alberta, Canada
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Project: Main and Upper Floor Renovation
  • Construction Completion: March 2013
  • Construction Cost: $375,000
  • Project Size: 2475 sq. ft.

Yellowtale Office in Toronto, Canada by atelier rzlbd

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Article source: atelier rzlbd

Yellowtail Office is an intervention project rather than a cosmetic renovation. Situated in Thornhill, Ontario, the small 10’ x 30’ retail space was converted to a chic suite to be used as a mortgage broker office.

Image Courtesy © atelier rzlbd

  • Architectsatelier rzlbd
  • Project: Yellowtale Office
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Photography: atelier rzlbd
  • Project team: Ehsan Zareian, Bahar Joshanpoosh, Lailee Soleimani
  • Construction: Doreen Development
  • Building Type: Office
  • Area: 300 sqft
[10’ x 30’]
  • Design: Fall 2013
  • Completion: Winter 2014

8th Ave in Montreal, Canada by NatureHumaine

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Article source: NatureHumaine

This intervention transformed a residential two storey duplex in Rosemount into a single dwelling unit by completely reorganizing the interior and constructing a 430 sqft extension in the rear.

The extension includes a master bedroom on the second floor and a family room that gives onto an intimate garden at ground level. Standing proud on a typical Montreal laneway, the extension acts as a beacon of novelty and dynamism. While little work was done to the front facade, this extension was designed in contrast, with bright colors, an angled form, and generous glazing.

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

  • Architects: NatureHumaine
  • Project: 8th Ave
  • Location: Montreal, Canada
  • Photography: Adrien Williams
  • Type:  Single family house
  • Intervention: Interior re-organization & extension
  • Area: 1630 sqft
  • Completion Date: 2013

Mjölk House in Toronto, Canada by studio junction inc.

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Article source: studio junction inc.

Mjölk House (pronounced mi-yelk) is a contemporary version of a traditional shop house.

The renovation of the W.H. Ives Tailor Building (1889) in the Junction includes :

  • a restoration of the Historically Listed façade, one of the last pressed metal commercial facades on a Toronto main street
  •  a renovation of the ground floor commercial into a design store and gallery
  • a renovation of the second and third floor residential units into a single family home

Image Courtesy © Joe Lin / Studio Junction

  • Architects: studio junction inc.
  • Project: Mjölk House
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Photography: Joe Lin / Studio Junction, Juli Baker / Mjölk
  • Design team: Peter Tan, Christine Ho Ping Kong, Joe Lin, Andrew Waller, MaziarShafiee,Carlos Arce
  • Client: Mjölk (John &Juli Baker
  • Structural: Gulf Engineering Inc.
  • Mechanical: BND Engineering Inc
  • Heritage (Façade):  Roof Tile Management
  • General Contractor:  Studio Junction Inc.
  • Build: Studio Junction Inc. and J. Blasdale Construction
  • Millwork: Studio Junction Inc.
  • Project area: 4300 sf (residential: 2450 sf, retail 1850sf)
  • Project year: 2013

Rebirth of The York Theatre in Vancouver, Canada by Henriquez Partners Architects

Sunday, March 9th, 2014

Article source: Henriquez Partners Architects

The York Theatre renovation is the result of a decades long struggle to save a historic community theatre from demolition.

Originally built in 1913 as the Alcazar Theatre, the building changed identities numerous times over its storied 100-year history. Ten years after it first opened, it was purchased by the Vancouver Little Theatre Association, (Canada’s oldest continuously operating community theatre company), which reopened it as the ‘Little Theatre’. Then a major renovation, introducing an art deco style exterior, led to its re-launch in 1940 as the York Theatre.

Image Courtesy © Ed White

  • Architects: Henriquez Partners Architects
  • Project: Rebirth of The York Theatre
  • Location: Vancouver, Canada
  • Photography: Ed White, Harold Kalman, ArchivalPhotos, Martha Perkins
  • Project team: Gregory Henriquez, Rui Nunes, Shawn LaPointe, Mike Mychajlyszyn, Chris Boldt, Jaime Dejo, Desmond Cooper, Payam Ashjae, Steve Best, Brad McCoy, Rocio Huertas Garcia, Emma Buchanan
  • Completed in: 2012
Size: 6,171 square feet

Vacation Home in Messines Gatineau, Quebec, Canada by Anik Péloquin architecte

Friday, March 7th, 2014

Article source: Anik Péloquin architecte

This small home located in the middle of the woods was designed for 2 outdoor enthusiasts. This lakefront house is situated on a steep terrain in Gatineau. To reduce construction costs and minimise impact on the ecosystem, it sits on the foundations of an old 24′-0″x36′-0″ chalet. A large partly-covered deck runs along 3 sides of the house. It is an integral part of the house’s architecture and provides extra living space during summer.

Image Courtesy © Alberto Biscaro

  • Architects: Anik Péloquin architecte
  • Project: Vacation Home in Messines
  • Location: Messines Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
  • Photography: Alberto Biscaro
  • Project Manager: Anik Péloquin
  • Engineer: Les consultants Yves Augé et associés
  • Contractor: Construction Sébastien Raineault
  • Landscaper: F.J. Richer paysagistes
  • Project surface area: 1,200 sq.ft
  • Finalisation date: March 2013

Blue Hills House in Québec, Canada by La SHED Architecture

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

Article source: La SHED Architecture

Perched on a steeply inclined surface over swamps, the single story residence slides gracefully between the trees and is only hardly visible from the street. As per the occupants’ and architect’s wishes, the house has a dual relationship with its environment; from the outside, it is camouflaged in its setting and is as discreet as possible. From the inside, the house is completely open to its surroundings, and its occupants are met with scenery that is in constant evolution.

Image Courtesy © Maxime Brouillet

  • Architects: La SHED Architecture
  • Project: Blue Hills House
  • Location: Québec, Canada
  • Photography: Maxime Brouillet
  • Project end date: Octobre 2012
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