Maison Mentana

Emilie Bdard and Maria Rosa Di Ioia, founders of Canadian practice EM Aarchitecture, have transformed a 1900s building into a contemporary single-family house in Montral.

According to the architect the layout is articulated around a new central opening, 6’ wide and extending the full width of the house crowned by a linear skylight also the full 45’ width, which provides ample natural light to the central spaces. A palette of light colors and the omnipresence of wood contribute to the brightness and warmth of the space. Upstairs, the opening separates the children’s area from the parents’ bedroom.

www.emarchitecture.ca | Photography by Adrien Williams

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