In the 1990s, this 1920s residence already had undergone an expansion but this expansion didn’t suit the new owners’ architectural preferences. Residence M is transformed by Maurice Martel Architecte. It has a resolutely contemporary look and also new living spaces with abundant natural light.
The house has an exterior aspect that has been transformed while the dark brick is used to replace the old white brick. The new siding is combined with black cladding panels to give a resolutely contemporary look to the house. There is also a fully glazed double-height extension that fitted to the rear of the house.
The grandiose space can accommodate some new living spaces. It also allows natural light to come into the adjacent rooms. The property also has been redesigned to today’s taste and a second double-height space is created to maximize the interactions of the occupants.
Residence M Gallery
Photographer: André Doyon