A complete redo in Montréal

Posted on Fri, 27 Sep 2013 by KiM

Montréal architecture firm _naturehumaine turned a boring 1950 concrete home in Notre Dame de Grâce into a spectacular contemporary work of art and I am totally smitten with the outcome. Not only is the exterior a beauty, the interior has something intriguing around every corner. There really is nothing better than black window frames, and I am amazed how they mixed several types and shades of wood in one home yet it still looks so cohesive. I am saving every photo in my inspiration folder. 


Excellent. I'm ready to move in now…

Lara says:

Sooo beautiful!

Oregonbird says:

The master bedroom is just spectacular, and I'd love to see what was going on in the green room. The kitchen is just a bit… bland. I love sleek architecture, but the rest of the house said 'restrained class' and the kitchen said 'cheap'. Something needed to be traded out — the thin marble top for something weightier, the light wood for something more… quirky… or match to the redwood table… something. A shot of color, as was done in the kid's room. The re-do as a whole is going in my dream file.

Clara says:

Les maisons urbaines de ce genre ne me plaisent pas particulièrement (je les trouve sans charme et surtout sans âme) mais je dois reconnaitre que les résultats ici sont tout de même intéressants (bien que je n'y vivrais pas).

Birdy says:

I love the space you can give your family there… and the bathroom is perfection!

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