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Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

Welcome to Off Plaza!

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The light effect of the sun hitting the St. Marc stone on the front facade.

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The custom-made steel staircase shapes the interior courtyard. A large steel planter provides freshness and softness to the central courtyard.

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

Spectacular view from the 3rd floor, access to town houses and penthouses via the openworked footbridge.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The kitchen of the town houses, view towards Saint-Hubert Street.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The kitchen of the town houses, view towards the alley.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The compact but sunny kitchen, open to the city and living areas.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

View on the living room and access to the mezzanine.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The roof terraces, a place for relaxation and exchange between neighbours.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

Bright terrace and urban gardens!

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The L. McComber workshop on the ground floor.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

View on St-Hubert Street, the office has a generous window below the sidewalk level.

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The dining tables that flank the large window.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

A long painted steel shelf designed and custom-made allows the architects' numerous samples to be neatly arranged.

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

Large opening on the inner courtyard with its integrated library.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The large integrated library consists of digitally cut painted steel shelves.

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

Sober and elegant, the furniture is entirely designed and produced by L. McComber's team. Made of steel and stained plywood, it is modulable according to the various configurations.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The modules are separated by natural felt screens to preserve the privacy of each architects.

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Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The long and narrow kitchen, a perfect place to have a delicious dinner!

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

Off Plaza: L. McComber meets la Maison du Rotin
L. McComber – architecture vivante

The conference room is decorated with natural felt to create an intimate and warm atmosphere. Fully revitalized Herman Miller chairs from the 70s to sit at a table is designed by L. McComber!

Photo credit:
Raphaël Thibodeau

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Concept Sketch

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