A Montreal Plateau House That Does So Much More With A Lot Less
Nature meets modern.
Architect Paul Bernier pretty much made a house out of a couple of boxes. Well, technically it's an addition to an existing Plateau house, but Bernier's work remade the structure into an awesome architectural creation.
Known as the Bernier-Thibault House, the project consisted of two boxes made of glass and wood that were attached to the original house. Preserving the outdoor garden, while working within zoning bylaws, Bernier was able to fully expand the home into a truly unique structure that is both natural and modern.
Take a look inside through the photos below.
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