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Architecture September, 17 2013

The 200 Year Old Bord-du-Lac House Merges Old Stone with Contemporary Looks

Contemporist shares a this lovely home renovation with addition from architect Henri Cleinge in Quebec, Canada. The Bord-du-Lac House is a 200-year old stone home on land once owned by The Hudson Bay Compay. With the help of Cleinge, the stone structure has been modernized and expanded with a “contemporary” addition. Featuring an elevated walkway connecting new construction to the old, Bord-du-Lac House will continued to shelter generations to come as it has for centuries past. Take a look inside the structure.

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