A beautiful and functional blend of modern minimalism and a hint of industrial beauty, the Dessier Residence designed by NatureHumaine in Montreal feels cheerful, spacious and sophisticated. A duplex that was extended and given a modern revamp, the new interior of this multi-level home is filled with ample natural light. White and wood shape much of the backdrop here (as seems to be the growing trend all over the planet) and you also have a striking metallic staircase at the heart of it all. Crafted using wooden steps and openwork railings, the stairway is the showstopper in here that adds textural and visual contrast.
Glass and metal create a lovely contemporary extension for Montreal home
The original duplex is now a spacious family home and with a rear mezzanine level overlooking the backyard, there is absolutely no lack of space in here. The entrance on the lowest level leads to the kitchen, dining area and living room with an access to the wooden deck on the other side. A lovely terrace and the outdoor spaces beyond become a visual part of the living space. Upper level holds the bedrooms and the master suite, with fabulous and relaxing views of the greenery below. [Photography: Adrien Williams]
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Minimal kitchen of the Montreal home in wood and white with black that anchors it
New rear extension and the deck offer additional living area with ease
Sliding glass doors connect the interior with the wooden deck outside
Blue rear facade of the contemporary…