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Residence BNV: Elegant Renovation Harmonizing with Urban Fabric

A modern, minimalist kitchen with black cabinetry, wood accents, and a curved staircase.

Residence BNV in Montreal, Canada, designed by Alexandre Bernier Architecte, offers a soothing and calming atmosphere through its softened forms and materiality. Showcasing a harmonious integration within the existing urban fabric, the renovation emphasizes the sensual elegance of the curved facade and centrally positioned staircase, creating a light-filled interior with blurred spatial boundaries that enhance the surrounding urban landscape.

A Timeless Contrast: Seamless Interior Renovation of a Montreal Apartment

Minimalist staircase design with glass panels, open plan kitchen-dining area, hardwood flooring.

This residential project in Montreal, Canada, designed by ARCHITEM Wolff Shapiro Kuskowski architectes, showcases a remarkable harmony between the old and the new. Nestled within the iconic Habitat 67 housing complex, the apartment’s interior renovation pays homage to its unique history through a timeless contrast of materials and forms. The meticulous attention to detail, such as the seamless flow between spaces and the integration of functional elements, creates a cohesive and inviting living experience.

Residence Pontiac: Modernizing a Plateau Mont-Royal Home

A modern structure with glass panels stands atop a row of historic brick buildings, complementing the urban landscape.

Residence Pontiac, a charming house in Montreal, Canada, designed by acclaimed architect Alexandre Bernier. Nestled in the vibrant Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood, this 2018 renovation project seamlessly blends contemporary design with the building’s historic roots.

Featuring an innovative rooftop terrace and open-concept living spaces, Résidence Pontiac offers its occupants a serene, authentic retreat amidst the city’s bustling energy.

Triplex Fabre: Preserving Montreal’s Architectural Heritage

Minimalist living room with glass coffee table, plant accent, and modern furnishings.

Embodying the architectural legacy of Montreal’s Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood, the Triplex Fabre project by Atelier L’Abri seamlessly blends modern design with the area’s distinct red brick and stone aesthetic. This 2023 renovation of a triplex dwelling in the Petit Laurier district celebrates the city’s rich residential heritage while thoughtfully adapting the interior layout to prioritize natural light and open-concept living.

Maison Victoria: Reviving a 1911 Montreal Brick House

Modern kitchen with sleek white cabinets, black island, and wood bar stools. Minimalist lighting fixtures.

This stunning house in Montreal, Canada, designed by the talented team at Le Borgne Rizk Architecture, is a remarkable example of harmonizing old and new. Built in 1911, the beautiful red brick property with its delicate wood cornice had been trapped in the 80s, until the young family who purchased it sought to reconcile the interior and exterior. The resulting transformation opened up the ground floor, creating a seamless dialogue between the kitchen and dining room.

Urban Elegance: Montreal’s Finest Contemporary Apartment Design

Modern open-plan living space with wooden paneling, contemporary artwork, and sleek furnishings.

ARCHITEM, a renowned architecture firm, has recently unveiled their latest masterpiece in the heart of Montreal, Canada. The “Urban Elegance” apartment project, designed in 2023, showcases a seamless blend of modern aesthetics and timeless sophistication. Boasting a carefully curated design that effortlessly balances function and form, this residential gem offers a unique living experience for discerning individuals seeking the perfect balance of urban living and refined elegance.

Breakthrough: Connecting with Nature in Montreal’s Modern House

A modern, minimalist living space with a striking granite fireplace and an eye-catching chandelier.

This innovative home in Montreal, Canada, designed by the talented duo Desjardins Bherer, seamlessly blends modern design with a connection to nature. The Breakthrough project transformed a 1990s-renovated house into a stunning residence that captures the owners’ entrepreneurial spirit. By relocating the living areas to the basement level and adding a glass-enclosed extension, the design creates an open, light-filled space that embraces the surrounding landscape.

Ave Duchastel Residence Mid-Century: A 1950s House Transformed

FeaturedTwo-story modern wooden house with large glass windows, outdoor dining area, and lush landscaping.

Discover the Ave Duchastel Residence Mid-Century, designed by Salem Architecture in 2023 and located in Outremont, Montreal, Canada. This house embodies a remarkable transformation of a 1950s architecture, blending mid-century design with modern Scandinavian and Japanese influences. The property boasts expansive living spaces and a profound connection to the surrounding natural environment, making it a serene urban retreat.