atelier BOOM-TOWN

The BOOMTOWN workshop offers a reinterpretation of the architecture of buildings on a human scale by working on space, light and matter, based on the original principles of boom-town buildings, created on the outskirts of factories and buildings. mining industries in the mushroom cities of the 1890s-1920s. They were distinguished by their simple facades and their square volumes as well as their flat or almost flat roofs, which was an innovation at the time. Today we are inspired by the simplicity and efficiency of these achievements to design contemporary projects that, by their innovative and contextual architecture, value their environment and the experience of their users.

Location: Montreal, Canada
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