Year : 2021
Location : Austin (Qc), Canada
Area: 2710 sf
Drawing inspiration from the cottage’s traditional architecture, APPAREIL architecture proposes a contemporary reinterpretation.
Made up of three interconnected houses, Les Voisines proposes a novel living and rental space that reinvents the boundaries between shared and private space. An invitation to experience the rental home of the future. Located in Austin in the Eastern Townships, the project is a collaboration with the client, Lysanne Pépin of the Maison Pépin boutique, who designed the interior while APPAREIL signed the architectural envelope, which balances tradition and modernity. A long passage cuts across the three residences and cleaves each building in two, creating sub-spaces within and between the homes. The brick’s urban materiality toys with notions of interior and exterior, as do the furnishings and the openings that foster a connection with the lake and blur the limits between the inside and the outside, giving people inside the home the impression of having both feet in the water.

The trio of cottage’s fan-like slope offers different angles and viewpoints onto the lake and the surrounding nature.

The brick hall’s materiality stands in contrast to the wooden floors, acting both as a distinguishing element and as a unifier between the three houses.

Photographer : Félix Michaud

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Le budget minimum de nos projets débute à 500 000$ à un prix moyen de 350$/pi2. La superficie minimum est de 1000pi2 à un prix de 500$/pi2. Nous ferons un suivis seulement sur les projets répondant à ces critères.

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