Canadian Designer Félix Guyon of Les Ateliers Guyon was asked by the Municipality of Verchères, his native village, to create a monument honoring the founding families of Vercheres in 1670.
Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, this urban structure, inspired by wind and water, transports us into a history that is as collective as it is personal.
Designed by Russian architect Leonovich Arseny, this house’s quirky exterior sets it apart from most country architecture.
Elements of its architectural design resemble that of a steamboat, giving it a unique quality without steering from tradition so much that it does not still feel like a home.
Spitbank Fort is a sea fort built in 1861-1878 as a result of the 1859 Royal Commission, but was renovated for use as a small luxury spa hotel and retreat with 8 bedroom suites.
It is located in the Solent, a strait separating the Isle of Wight from the mainland of England and has a maritime-inspired and sophisticated interior.