Mélanie Favreau Architecte
This high-end construction consists of four areas: the stable with 12 horse stalls, a magnificent 70′ x 140′ indoor arena, a large office area and the service zone (e.g. hay storage, horse shower, manure management). One of the distinctive design elements of this building is that all areas have a cathedral ceiling. The arena structure is composed of glulam arches and decking. The stable style resembles church architecture, with arches, flying buttresses and ribs.
Photo credit: Art Massif and Mélanie Favreau architecte