A 1940s duplex now stands in Montreal as a testament to urban revitalization. Originally a dilipated and unimpressive building, the home you see below is now the wonderfully remodelled Berri Residence by Naturehumaine.

Created by Stephane Rasselet, Marc-Andre Plasse, and Amelie Melaven, the renovation came from the owner's desire to recreate the duplex into a modern home conducive for large family gathering.

The ground-floor dining room is a focal point of the home, with a large table to facilitate discussion and a large south-facing window to let in natural light and create a sense openness. Right below on the next floor is the master bedroom, which awesomely looks out into the backyard garden.

With sleek and stylized large glass panels, and a mix of steel and stained pine exterior, the Berri Residence is the ideal city-dwelling in Montreal. See for yourself through the photos below.

The Original

The Transformation

What do you think of the Berri Residence?

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