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Maison Gauthier by Atelier Barda
Alexander Zaxarov
Aug 21, 2019

Atelier Barda is an architectural office that tailors its timeless methodology into each unique commission. The office operates from Montreal, Canada.

La Maison Gauthier is located in Laurentians, in Quebec, Canada. The house sits on a hilly terrain surrounded by bushy forest. The layout of the house is based on an asymmetrical V plan connecting two distinct areas including garage, ceramic studio and a living area.

„The various spaces are interconnected in such a way as to create a perceptual narrative for users and visitors, who experience alternating sensations of compression and expansion. The sensorial presence of simple raw materials (brick, lime, oiled oak) helps to create a tranquil atmosphere,” the architects share.
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Alexander Zaxarov
August 21, 2019

Atelier Barda is an architectural office that tailors its timeless methodology into each unique commission. The office operates from Montreal, Canada.

La Maison Gauthier is located in Laurentians, in Quebec, Canada. The house sits on a hilly terrain surrounded by bushy forest. The layout of the house is based on an asymmetrical V plan connecting two distinct areas including garage, ceramic studio and a living area.

„The various spaces are interconnected in such a way as to create a perceptual narrative for users and visitors, who experience alternating sensations of compression and expansion. The sensorial presence of simple raw materials (brick, lime, oiled oak) helps to create a tranquil atmosphere,” the architects share.
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