Canadian firm Naturehumaine has renovated and extended a 1920s residential building in Montreal, adding a white-clad upper level to the old brick structure.
The local studio overhauled the multi-dwelling duplex in the city’s Rosemont–La-Petite-Patrie borough, extending upward and backward from Dandurand Street.
Naturehumaine has plenty of experience renovating and expanding buildings in its home city. Among its numerous projects, the studio previously added a sculptural black and yellow staircase to a 1930s home, and extended a historic dwelling with a zinc-clad volume.
Photography is by Adrien Williams.
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