Blocked in on Two Sides, a Renovation Opens a Quebec Apartment to Tons of Natural Light
This light, bright, and airy home is in a charming 1924 building.
An LED Light Display Takes Over an Avenue in Quebec City
Lampshades by Lightemotion lend a cozy feel to the streetscape while celebrating Quebec's artistic heritage.
How to Refresh a Midcentury Gem in Quebec? Winter-White Everything
A renovated home blends interior and exterior, uniting nature and materiality.
Best of Quebec Architecture 2009
We in the US hear plenty about the AIA's awards of festivals, but not so much about our neighbors up north.
An Artist and Farmer Work With a Toronto-Based Studio to Build a Barn-Inspired Home
A new home replenishes Quebec’s vanishing stock of farmhouses.
Dozens of Levels Give a Quebec Home Stadium-Sized Views of the Forest
In Chertsey, Canada, a modern haven reclines into its woodland setting.
Growing Upward and Outward, a Cabin Expansion Mirrors the Trees
The shape of a tree’s canopy inspires the expansion of a ramshackle cabin in Quebec.
Amazing Cantilevered Home in the Mountains
Architecture firm _naturehumaine designs a dream hideaway in eastern Quebec.
La Maison Haute by Atelier Pierre Thibault
La Maison Haute is a minimal home located in Quebec, Canada, designed by Atelier Pierre Thibault.
This Snowbound Pad Will Actually Make You Miss Winter
In Quebec's Eastern Townships, a home camouflages into the snow.
The St. Lawrence River Flows Right by This Cottage’s Doorstep
Whale-watching is an indoor activity at a maritime sanctuary in Quebec.
FAHOUSE by Jean Verville
FAHOUSE is a minimal residence located in Quebec, Canada, designed by Jean Verville.
Architect Spotlight: 7 Homes by Canadian Architect Paul Bernier
Montreal-based architect Paul Bernier has been creating stunning homes both in rural and urban Quebec for almost two decades.
Is it Any Surprise a Sculptor Had a Hand in This Home?
An asymmetric retreat in Quebec is an exquisite cadaver, one part sculpture and two parts architecture.
Near Montreal, a House Connects With Its Surroundings
In Boucherville, Quebec, Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement designs a single-family house that opens onto a veranda.
72 Hours in Montreal
Quebec’s largest city may also be its most artistic; with 4 universities and a vibrant international community, it practically...
Quebec City architect Pierre Thibault has designed three Habitats Légers, or Light Habitats—small structures installed in the...
A Home Inspired by the Stars Soars Off the Ground
This new retreat cantilevers over the Canadian forest for river views.
12 Striking Examples of Clerestory Windows in Modern Homes
The term "clerestory" is applicable to Egyptian temples, where the lighting of the hall of columns was obtained over the stone...
Material Spotlight: 11 Hardworking Uses of Western Red Cedar
Durable, long-lasting, and insect-resistant, Western red cedar has been a building material of choice for generations.