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The owner of this triplex located in the Cité-Limoilou district of Quebec wanted to restore the letters of nobility to the rear facade and the courtyard of this house as well as to offer each of the tenants a private, unique and luxurious outdoor living space. quality. 


​He therefore mandated us to conceptualize this new arrangement of terraces and balconies, the landscaping as well as the repair work on the rear facade which included, among other things, the demolition of the drum and the covering exterior to upgrade the existing masonry. The demolition of the drum and the metal sheet made it possible to provide much more natural light to residents in addition to offering them safer rear access. 


On the ground, we integrated the installation of large slate mulches under the avenue of trees echoing the grasses planted between the path and the terrace. This controlled vegetation helps to put this initially uneven terrain back on its feet to create a refined courtyard: everything exudes order, relaxation and sobriety. The mix of natural stone goes wonderfully with the heritage ambiance. The “charcoal” railings and handrails bring a touch of modernity to this triplex typical of the sector, in addition to providing an elegant contrast to the masonry. 


​We were able to combine ingenuity and skill for this project, tenants will now be able to enjoy these rich outdoor spaces.

Project type





1:100 - architecture


Montreal, QC

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