La Couleuvre by Naturehumaine

Architecture: Naturehumaine

Location: Rosemont-Petite-Patrie, Montréal, Canada

Year: 2012

Area: 1350 sqft

Photo courtesy: Adrien Williams

Description:

A youthful developing family was amped up for amplifying the ground floor of their 5-plex arranged in Rosemont-Petite-Patrie. As they wished to keep their upstairs occupants, the customers consented to yield a bit of their patio for the expansion.

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The 1350 sqft expansion that we’ve nicknamed “the couleuvre” (the greenhouse snake), incorporates another staircase on the ground floor arrange, a main room and a lavatory. The ‘children zone’, included 3 rooms and an open idea lavatory, overwhelms the second floor.

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The design parti comprises of a rakish dark volume with spots of white, which wanders aimlessly in a snake like way, wrapping itself around the main room clad in blocks rescued from the old’s decimation carport.

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