Two is always better than one, even when it comes to architecture. Taking one former commercial structure, architectural firm Blouin Tardif Architectes recreated the space into two "siamese" urban homes now known as the Siamoises Mentana-Boyer residences.
Standing tall in Montreal's Plateau Mont-Royal borough, the lofts derive there name from the two building's entrances on Mentana and Boyer. Three levels make up the two respective structures and nner courtyards were hollowed out, using the original lot's large space, giving both buildings tons of natural light.
Outfitted with wood floors and dark window linings, the mirror-image residences have a very modern feel, but still have a natural aura. Take a look inside the Siamoises Mentana-Boyer residences through the photos below.