White house interior without Unnecessary Details

For fans of absolute minimalism and a white palette, the project of the Canadian studio is a real inspiration.

n the southwest of the Canadian island of Montreal, in the thick of picturesque parks and lakes, the small (just over 3000 inhabitants) and cozy town of Baie-D’Urfé was lost. In it, a young family purchased a small two-story house, in the architecture and interior of which a number of shortcomings were revealed. To correct them, homeowners turned to the Montreal design studio Alain Carle Architecte.

Project: Norm Residence Year: 2021 Location: Baie d’Urf, Canada Area: 395 m2 Author: Yann Dechesnes, Alain Carle Architecte Photo: Felix Michaud

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