Residential ArchitectureRenovation ProjectsChabot House, Montreal / la SHED

Chabot House, Montreal / la SHED

Chabot House

Chabot House project by la SHED consisted of redeveloping the ground floor and adding a basement to the apartment located in a old triplex of the Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montreal. The challenge was to create a cozy and bright space.

A spacious master suite has been fitted out, featuring a refined bathroom, accessible from the bedroom. Although located in the basement, the living room adjacent to the bathroom is bathed in light from the full height openings overlooking the courtyard.

Architects: la SHED
Project: Chabot House
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Photography: Maxime Brouille

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