Located on the banks of the Lachine Canal, the MYST project consists of two almost entirely glass towers connected by a bridge and completed by a commercial component on the ground floor. A long linear channel acting as a barrier with the adjacent land is outlined in black, reflecting the vegetation. The play of textures, colours and smells offers a real show to the residents.
The jury appreciated the interesting relationship to the water through the dialogue between the basin and the canal, as well as the mixed nature of the complex. The layout is graphic, contrasting with the sober architecture, and the entire building benefits from natural light dominating everywhere.