Maison MONOCHROME

Complete transformation of an existing residence to meet the needs of a young family. Lévis / Canada

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Complete transformation of an existing residence to meet the needs of a young family. The exterior was modernized, and numerous windows were added to optimize the superb views of the nearby river. The interior is sleek and understated, with airy and bright spaces. The upcycled furniture adds a warm touch and creates a nice contrast with the interior's simplicity and refinement.


“APPAREIL reinvented the space in our existing home by leveraging the sunlight phases to optimize the luminosity. In addition, the APPAREIL team redesigned the space to meet the needs of our young family by choosing clean lines and a minimalistic look. Finally, the team was able to offer creative ideas and solution to issues that seemed to us initially very complex to resolve, while respecting our global vision for the project.” – Claude Boisseau and Marc-André Goyette, owners


Year of construction : 2011
Location : Lévis (Qc), Canada
Area : 3200sqf
Budget : $150/sqf


Architecture: APPAREIL architecture
Team: Kim Pariseau, architect; Dominic Poncelet, project leader
Interior designers: Claude Boisseau and Marc-André Goyette
Entrepreneur: Gilles Dion
Photographers: Élisabeth Anctil-Martin and Arthur Boidin

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    Complete transformation of an existing residence to meet the needs of a young family. The exterior was modernized, and numerous windows were added to optimize the superb views of the nearby river. The interior is sleek and understated, with airy and bright spaces. The upcycled furniture adds a warm touch and creates a nice contrast with the interior's simplicity and refinement. “APPAREIL reinvented the space in our existing home by leveraging the sunlight phases to optimize the...

    Project details
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence / Interior Design / Restoration of façades / Furniture design / Building Recovery and Renewal
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