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_naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

Architecture _naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

_naturehumaine | Chambord ResidenceThe client wanted to utilize the second storey of her 1920s duplex by converting her former rental unit into 3 bedrooms and an office space. While the grey-stone front facade only required minor restorations, the back of the house was transformed completely. An emphasis on transparency creates constant visual and physical connections with the backyard.

_naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

© Adrien Williams

_naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

© Adrien Williams

_naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

© Adrien Williams

_naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

© Adrien Williams

A cedar clad volume, containing the master bedroom, punches through the glass exterior wall and cantelivers over the backyard, sheltering the patio below. The wood cladding continues through to the inside, blurring the boundaries between interior and exterior.

_naturehumaine | Chambord Residence

© Adrien Williams

Location: 4371 Chambord, Montréal, Canada
Architect: _naturehumaine
Type: Single family home
Intervention: Interior re-organisation
Area: 1800sqft
Completion Date: 2013
Photo credit: Adrien Williams
Project name: Chambord Residence
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