The house is a collaborative work between client, sculptor Jacek Jarnuszkiewicz and architects Marie-Claude Hamelin and Loukas Yiacouvakis, overhanging Lake Trousers, in Canada.
Altaïr means the flying eagle, a name justified by the "V" shape and long facades of the residence that are suspended over the Canadian riverside landscape.
KParchitects transform a vernacular house into a luxury tourist accommodation of high standards and aesthetics, in Mykonos Chora.
Design and respectful integration of the Crew offices and a communal café within a 1926 heritage Royal Bank building in Montreal, Canada.
Inauguration of the new Port House in Antwerp which repurposes, renovates and extends a derelict fire station into a new, bold headquarters.
An installation of wooden pattern pieces in the Regent street window of a London tailors shop highlights its technical process and the brand’s accessible reputation.
The house unfolds on one level, with perimeter walls that frame beautifully the unique view towards the Ionian Sea.