The latest home in our UR HOME ENVY series is a minimalist’s dream. I cannot get enough of the natural light in this space. The neutral tones give the apartment a very welcoming vibe. I love how bright and clean everything appears without it feeling sterile. Designed by Anne Sophie Goneau, this 1,035 square foot apartment is located in a triplex in Montreal, Canada.
In an interview with dezeen, Goneau says “The challenge was to divide each area in order to optimize the space while respecting the architectural integrity of the existing location. The idea was to highlight the raw materials, discovered during demolition, in order to communicate their relief and color the environment. Each piece has its visual boundaries that overlap strategically in the adjacent rooms, optimizing the spatiality of the place.”
Removing the plasterboard revealed exposed brick from the outdoor walls- it creates an industrial, yet aesthetically pleasing touch to the gorgeous space. I absolutely adore the use of glass partitions to break up the rooms instead of traditional walls.Last, but not least that rooftop patio is incredible! It’s the perfect place to spend spring mornings and summer nights. So, make sure you take help of the best roofing contractors for the perfect finish.
Check out the apartment in its entirety below.
Found on dezeen
Photography by Adrien Williams