Résidence Antonine-Maillet

[rev_slider alias="Rsidence-Antonine-Maillet" slidertitle="Résidence Antonine-Maillet"][/rev_slider] Résidence Antonine-Maillet This project was completed in 2016 and consisted of a complete interior renovation, exterior restoration, and the addition of a 1-storey extension above the garage of a single-family house in Outremont, Montréal. One of the principle factors that guided the development of this project was the integration of the aluminum-clad, contemporary extension to the existing brick house. Careful considerations were taken with regards to the alignments of the two contrasting elements in order to harmonize their appearance. The extension includes two additional bedrooms each with a unique aperture to the outside. The front features a protruding glass box that is glazed on four sides and provides a view up and down the street from above. The extension cantilevers over the backyard and gives the back room the sensation of being up in a treehouse. Glass partitions are used extensively throughout the project to provide physical subdivisions of the...

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Pierre Grise Mont-Royal

[rev_slider alias="Pierre-Grise-Mont-Royal" slidertitle="Pierre Grise Mont-Royal"][/rev_slider] Pierre Grise Mont-Royal This project consists of a complete interior renovation and extension of a three-storey greystone building on Mount-Royal avenue that was originally built in 1900. In addition, the building envelope, including the stone façade, windows, and roof, will be restored and the commercial façade will be replaced. At the request of our client, the two existing commercial spaces will be combined in to one larger retail store and will be extended to occupy almost 100% of the lot resulting in a 1700 square foot space on the ground floor. In order to integrate the upper two floors of the extension to fit the typical Montreal row-house ‘L-shaped’ typology, we propose to demolish the existing back of the building, which contains only a terrace on the second floor, a wood-clad storage space and the emergency staircase, and rebuild it on the opposite side of the lot. The...

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