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Espace Le Moyne is a personal residence designed by Anne Sophie Goneau.
It is found in Outdated Montréal, Québec, Canada, and covers an spot of one,600 square feet.
Espace Le Moyne by Anne Sophie Goneau:
“The task was to re-configure a 1600sq.ft, 2 storey in Previous Montreal. The challenge was to develop open divisions to optimize the region, respecting the integrity and wealthy, historic supplies of the area. The notion prominently functions the raw materials wood, brick, stone and steel.
On the ground floor, a semi-closed entrance has been sculpted into the room, supplying a basic view of the condo when strolling in. The kitchen is the central attraction, opening on both the dinning area and the living area, where the addition of a fuel fireplace creates a sense of intimacy. The powder space is situated in a multi-functional block, integrating appliances, pantry, and storage, the place the kitchen fits. A wood arch, identified throughout demolition, has been integrated with a mirror.
In the basement, the master bedroom is now defined by a floor to ceiling glass wall, providing a see of the authentic stonewall and the wood beams an archaeological reminder wanting to highlight the authentic components in the exhibitor showcase. The current hard wood floor has been fixed and retained harmoniously with the black steel staircase that was custom produced for the area.”
Pictures courtesy of Anne Sophie Goneau