There are some projects which by their size and complexity mark the path of a builder, and the Sainte-Agathe residence is one of them. First, the house has two imposing cantilevered sections: the screened porch on the ground floor and the master bedroom upstairs. This catches the visitor’s eye at first glance; they are literally two rooms “perched” in the air. Then, covering 4,420 sq. ft. on three floors, the imposing residence is built around a vast central open area from which two wings extend. This gives a house volume quite far from typical residential architecture. From pre-project coordination to the final construction work, Écohabitations boréales has invested in more than a year of work to complete the project. For more information.