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A place of rest, relaxation and contemplation, it hasn’t taken long for the new Bromont Summit Chalet to become a popular haven for skiers and snowboarders. The result of a profound reflection on the relationship between landscape and architecture, the concept developed by Lemay helps to preserve the integrity of the landscape while enhancing the experience of its users who can appreciate the natural beauty of the surroundings thanks to generous fenestration.

The chalet is long and made up of a white articulated volume that follows the shape of the summit, highlighting the splendour of the mountain and allowing visitors to take shelter in a warm, natural wooden nest, while remaining in contact with nature.


"This grand gesture of wood is a delicate and subtle intervention on a mountain that is already magnificent in itself and appreciated by the community, The chalet takes form as a simple line, highlighting the summit of a grandiose mountain.”
-Eric Pelletier
Architect | Senior partner and design principal at Lemay.

The sober, assertive architecture of the new building unfolds smoothly thanks to a clever combination of geometry, intersection and transparency. It unites with the topography to frame the summit of Mont Brome by playing with the subtleties of the landscape, its colours, shadows and changing seasons. Compressing the space at certain times, dilating it at others, the architecture unfolds on several levels, offering spectators different observation points within the building.