Fabre Residence

Montréal, Québec, Canada
Location
  • Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • Type
  • Modern
  • Year
  • 2016
  • Square Feet
  • 1100
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Full Baths
  • 1
  • Fabre Residence is a minimalist house located in Montréal, Canada, designed by Atelier-D. The project consists of a complete first floor renovation of a 1950s duplex for a family with young kids. The original house consisted of small, cluttered rooms, so the intervention was mainly focused on opening the walls to create a spacious living area filled with light. The choice of materials reflects that intention: the use of light maple wood gives a warm yet minimalist feel, in this contemporary home.

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    Modern home with living room, sofa, ceiling lighting, light hardwood floor, and pendant lighting. Photo  of Fabre Residence
    Modern home with wood cabinet, engineered quartz counter, light hardwood floor, subway tile backsplashe, slate floor, pendant lighting, undermount sink, ceiling lighting, stools, table, chair, kitchen, and lamps. Photo 2 of Fabre Residence
    Modern home with kitchen, engineered quartz counter, wood cabinet, and ceramic tile backsplashe. Photo 3 of Fabre Residence
    Modern home with kitchen, engineered quartz counter, recessed lighting, wood cabinet, ceramic tile backsplashe, range, dishwasher, range hood, and undermount sink. Photo 4 of Fabre Residence
    Modern home with bath room, undermount sink, porcelain tile floor, granite counter, alcove tub, open shower, recessed lighting, ceramic tile wall, and two piece toilet. Photo 5 of Fabre Residence
    Modern home with kids room, light hardwood floor, bedroom, bed, toddler age, and neutral gender. Photo 6 of Fabre Residence
    Modern home with dining room, pendant lighting, chair, light hardwood floor, and table. Photo 7 of Fabre Residence