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This integrated property development project involved the design and planning of an ecological residential community comprising 20 contemporary houses as well as common spaces accessible to all residents. Grouping the houses in clusters creates a concentrated environment within a natural forest habitat. Enhancing the forest canopy, the trees and rocks dating back to the Precambrian period give the site the air of a nature park. Each house is integrated within the geology of its site, bringing harmony to the ensemble. The built framework incorporates colours and materials present in the surrounding environment.

Écoparc du Cerf


Val-David, 2008-10

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