This modern home from Montreal has gone a long way towards its new look. Duplex was built in 1930 and passed from hand in hand until a family with three children decided to breathe new a life. They turned to Thomas Balaban Architecte with a desire increase living space. This usually happens at the expense of the garden, but not in this case. Architects have proposed increasing the height of the duplex in two floors and save the green garden. In addition, to relax on in the fresh air, they set up an open roof terrace.
Large and panoramic windows provide a large number of houses. sunlight and good air circulation. On the first floor the family area is open space where the family can relax, cook and have lunch. Thanks to the French doors, the first the floor has access to the backyard, often used by children for games, and parents to relax. By increasing the area of the family received three children’s bedrooms on the second floor and another on the third. A home office is located next to the parents’ bedroom. garden.
The interior of the updated duplex matches the new exterior appearance: the design is dominated by a white and black palette, there are geometric shapes and wooden elements. Very modern!
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