Architecture August, 15 2013

A Stacked House in Montreal from naturehumaine Architects

A collaborative project with the client, naturehumaine have created this home in a back alley of Montréal’s Plateau neighborhood. A combination of extensions and buildings, four separate boxes in total, all styles found in the local area, the width restrictions meant an upwards rather than outwards build. A central void brings in light and provides ventilation as well as offering a hidden outdoor space, the interior design as impressive as the exterior. Take a look in the gallery for more.