Situated on Lac Ouimet in Mont-Tremblant, this residence was built in 1960 by the architects Bédard Charbonneaux Langlois, who were the originators of the idea of using islands in the St. Lawrence River as the site for Montréal’s Expo 67.
Almost sixty years later, the architecture firm Dupont Blouin have given the house a second lease on life, creating a warm and elegant space for a tri-generational family
Architect Name: Dupont Blouin architectes
Location: Mont-Tremblant, Québec, Canada
Square footage of the project: 3200 sq.ft.
Project Completion: 2018
Awards: Grands prix du Design, Best Kitchen…
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|Location||Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada|
|Program Type||Apartment, Private House|
|Year||Build completed in the year 2018|
|Tags||Residential, Private House, Apartment|