A big thanks to Jeason, from Québec City, sent me a link to this home for sale. It is located in Saint Sauveur, Québec, and was the location of a printing company. Completely renovated, this incredible conversion resulted in a pretty spectacular dwelling. 3 floors totalling almost 3000 sq ft, with a private terrace measuring over 1000 sq ft. It’s many rooms currently hold a gym, a media room, a professional recording studio, a massive master bathroom with heated floor, and accents of Brazilian walnut and Russian birch….and I’m horrified that some of it appears to be concealing a large brick wall in the main living space (WTF?!). There are some other slightly less horrifying bits like the flooring in most of the home (bleh), the sofa (EEKK!), no bed frame (?!)…but holy smokes this place could really rock! Link while it lasts here.
Conceived by a 15 year old boy with a videogame fetish.
The different colors of light in that kitchen are so bold! I love them.
@ODYSSEY, I would have gone with Starck's Louis Ghost chairs instead. HOT!
@oregonbird – LOL!
Not sure why you'd cover up that brick! Its definitely screaming bachelor pad to me and overall much too cold. But the space is amazing!
Love those book shelves in the last photo… but that's about it. I agree its a bachelor pad.
Hi- one month later….
bad floors, Seriously?
I'd pay to have such stellar terrazzo floors that are most the house- this is the real original stuff- banded in stainless steel. Beautiful!
I'm ogling those clear plastic chairs and chunky wood dining table…