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St. Lambert Residence by Rene Desjardins

St Lambert Residence - Modern House Design

St. Lambert Residence is a contemporary house project design of Montreal, Canada based interior designer René Desjardins. This architect has done designing this 1960s bungalow in St. Lambert, Quebec, for a young couple with two children. All the partition that separated the living room and dining room and kitchen are removed, creating a beautiful connection between these room completed with awesome fireplace next to the living room. The architect bring the design of this house into minimalist design yet modern with beautiful aesthetic touch in every single detail both interior and exterior. The same materials are used throughout the home: ipe wood, a species from Brazil, and polished stone from Saint Marc. Walls are finished in vanilla white, and the windows and bays are free of curtains, such that the space fills with natural light. Nothing holds the eye but the artwork. Glass is also used to enhance the impression of fluidity. The sliding screens in the bathrooms are glazed, with the turquoise glass softening the austerity of the stone and dark wood. In the corridor of the east wing, walls feature translucent strips of glass lit from above to create an effect of diffused light. Also in glass, the staircase railing is an absolute expression of discretion, a way to give the voids centre stage. via

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