Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative

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Van Rosendaal Residence: A Simple and Efficient Volume with A Generosity of Experience

Started in 2009 and completed in 2010, Van Rosendaal Residence is designed by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative for two ’empty-nesters’ who are avid community volunteers and also nevertheless very involved in the raising of their extended family. The design of this house is a simple and efficient volume while the main floor is experienced as an integrated and open space that lends a generosity of experience.

Roxboro House: A Family Residence with A Hovering Wood-Clad Volume

Completed in 2007 by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative, Roxboro House is a family residence designed for a couple and their two children. This house sits in an inner-city site, an established neighborhood that is well connected to nearby urban amenities in Calgary, AB. The design concept for this project features a simple form: a hovering wood-clad volume.

Juniper House: A Modern Residence with An Uncluttered, Light-Filled, and Accessible Living Space

It is a two-storey walkout residence located in Calgary, designed by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative for a professional couple. The design for Juniper House is developed in response to the unique site and the clients’ desire for an uncluttered, light-filled, and accessible living space. This project is started in 2012 and completed in 2016.

Courtyard House: An Animated Interior with Good Privacy and Bright Atmosphere

This residential project is started in 2016 and completed in 2019 by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative. Courtyard House is located in Calgary, a modern house for the clients who love privacy, nature, and their two tortoises. The animated interior of this house provides good privacy and a bright atmosphere as well.

Bragg Creek House: A ‘Studio’ Experience and Flexibility with Open Interior Space

Completed by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative in 2003, Bragg Creek House is designed for two artists and their young triplets. Located in Bragg Creek, this house is a response to the client’s request for an open plan that reminiscent of a ‘studio’ experience with flexibility for the evolution of the family change. This house is also designed with an open interior space defined by a series of objects.

Bamfield Cabin: A Modern Cabin with A Single Volume of Interior and Local Materials

It is a residential project that started in 2008 and completed in 2009 by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative. Bamfield Cabin is a modern cabin located in Bamfield, designed to address a number of issues that arise from building on small sites. This cabin has a single volume of interior and built with local materials for its construction.