An emblematic showcase of the urban transformation of the 9th arrondissement of Lyon, the S-One tertiary building located at the corner of rue Marietton and avenue Sidoine Apollinaire enjoys a strategic location between Vaise and Gorge de Loup.
This collective housing building is located in the heart of Porto. It has two facades, one of which faces the city's famous Passeio de São Lázaro. Here, the project consisted of an interior demolition of a complex already renovated several times, in order to reveal a renewed and enlarged two-storey building.
The renowned Montreal firm Blanquette Architectes has just completed the transformation of a former carpet manufacturing plant for its client Vention. This company specializing in industrial automation has thus added nearly 1 square meters on two levels to its facilities at 400 Dagenais, in the Saint-Henri district of Montreal.
Nestled in the thriving industrial city of Mohali, India, "Brick by Brick" is a project to bring together art and poetry, literally put together, brick by brick. It is an office building primarily intended for rental.
Designed as a place to live open to the neighborhood, Sharies responds to every moment of everyday life with its residence offering both a "turnkey" housing offer, large common areas, numerous services, regular events, but also also a unique restaurant concept.
In the heart of the Alps in Slovenia, the famous former Milka boarding house has just been given a new lease of life. The concept of Milka is to offer a wholesome alpine experience, combining Slovenian tradition and modern comfort at the highest level.
Myrha Street was opened in 1848, 9 and then 10 meters wide, allowing the construction of small apartment buildings in plaster of R + 3 + recessed attic. Beyond the moldings and materials, this suburban character is essentially due to the small size of the plots, the regularity of the openings, simple volumes, the variation in height of the buildings, the effects of scale and gable, and a very limited range of materials and colors.