Loft Duvernay is a undertaking of the BOOM-TOWN workshop that aimed to reimagine this house positioned in an industrial constructing in Montreal, Quebec. Initially reworked within the 1980s from its manufacturing unit, the residence has now been opened to higher admire the excessive ceilings, the metal construction and the brick partitions. The unique particulars of the constructing, mixed with the brand new finishes, full the commercial aesthetic.
The brand new kitchen contains an enormous island that permits to entertain or feed the household. Nestled beneath a concrete wall, the walnut cupboards are related to poured concrete and quartz counter tops.
Two staircases result in the mezzanine, which homes the dad and mom' main bedroom and lounge space.
The satin and clear glass provides privateness to the dad and mom' area with out compromising pure mild or traces of imaginative and prescient. A metal body simply behind the glass wall turns into the doorway to the mezzanine whereas posing as a cool industrial element.
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