Dialogue with the architecture of the past. Le Paquebot by _naturehumaine

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Structural engineer.- Geniex.
General contractors.- Maxfort Construction et Construction Octane.
149 m² gross for each dwelling (total 297 m²)
Completion of construction.- 2022.
Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal - Quebec, Canada.
Brick.– Kansas Brick & Tile.
Aluminum doors and windows.- Shalwin.
Exterior lighting fixtures.– Dals Lighting.
Aluminum exterior entrance stairs.– Prestige Aluminium.

Stéphane Rasselet, Marc-André Plasse. _naturehumaine

Stéphane Rasselet graduated from McGill University's school of Architecture in 1990. After working on major projects in offices in Paris, Stéphane returned to Montreal to gain local experience at Dan Hanganu Architects, The Arcop Group, and Lapointe Magne et associés. His experience comprised largely of the conception and realization of large-scale rehabilitation of existing buildings such as L'Institut d'hôtellerie du Quebec (ITHQ) and the ‘Théatre Espace Libre’.

In 2004, Stéphane joined forces with Marc-André Plasse to founded  _naturehumane architects. Within the first two years of the practice, they had been finalists in two major competitions: The Cistercian Abbey in Oka, and the Theater in Dolbeau Quebec.

The firm distinguishes itself by the quality and originality of its residential, commercial, and cultural work, and has won numerous awards including prizes from the Order of Architects of Quebec and the ‘Grands Prix du Design’. Stéphane became the principal partner in 2013.



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