The ERE 132 Eco Home is an interpretive centre on green building built to provide an example of a single family dwelling that is both affordable and adapted to Quebec’s northern climate. Certified LEED Platinum, it adheres to the most stringent environmental standards and takes its inspiration from various environmental certifications for sustainable buildings. The ERE 132 Eco Home raises public awareness to illustrate that green-building is a smart and affordable option.
Matching wooden walls, floors and furnishings blend together inside this pair of gabled buildings, designed by Canadian studio Atelier Pierre Thibault to offer communal accommodation for visitors to a Quebec nature reserve.
Quebec City-based Atelier Pierre Thibault designed Résidence des Stagiaires, or Trainee Residence, at the 18-hectare (45-acre) Jardins de Métis in rural Quebec.
Ideal for strategic retreats or family gatherings. Get a stylish taste of what nordic life is all about. Only 20 minutes away from Mont-Comi for skiing and snowshoeing in meters of powdery snow.