Maison de Catherine / ADHOC architectes

Maison de Catherine / ADHOC architectes

  • © Ralph Thompson / Maison de Catherine / ADHOC architectes
  • © Ralph Thompson / Maison de Catherine / ADHOC architectes

Description

Located on Quesnel street in the Petite-Bourgogne district, this former duplex was renovated for the contemporary taste and transformed in a one family dwelling. The ground floor is essentially a large open area, subdivided in servant volumes for WC, walk-in, office and pantry. On the upper floor, despite the existant supporting structure and walls kept, four rooms has been created, including one master bedroom with a private bathroom.

The existing brick, still in very good shape, was retained and removed on a few spots to welcome new more generous windows. The present open space has been expanded in order to maximize natural light and so do the new windows, giving a contemporary look at once.

Interior

Extra Info

Lead Architects: Jean-François St-Onge, François Martineau
Project location: Rue Quesnel, Petite-Bourgogne, Montréal, QC
Completion Year: 2017