Bessborough Residence by NatureHumaine

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The Bessborough residence in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district of Montreal has been renovated in the main part of a family house built in the 1950s. The task of the designers and architects from NatureHumaine was to connect the space and preserve a certain meaning in it, where quality precedes quantity.
„The architectural concept is build around three blocks“
The centerpiece of the family house is a new staircase divided by evenly spaced black steel bars, vertically from the ceiling to the floor. Around the staircase there are individual rooms: master bedroom, guest room, kitchen with dining room and living room and other necessary rooms with a total area of about 85 square meters. In this residence you will hardly find exaggerated decorations and unnecessary elements that disturb the peace and elegance of the interior design. Photography: Adrien Williams.

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