Appareil Architecture

APPAREIL architecture

APPAREIL architecture is a Montreal-based firm whose mission is to design quality residential and commercial environments for its occupants. Our signature style is sleek, contemporary and greatly inspired by our Nordic roots. Our projects demonstrate our commitment to find a balance between tradition and modernity.

We are a multidisciplinary agency in architecture, interior design and design. We offer a comprehensive scope of services adapted to our clients specific needs and, together with them, we carry out all stages of the process: Planning, research, construction, interior design, object design and built-in furniture… This approach allows us to simplify project management and to facilitate the experience, as well as to find effective, integrated and customized solutions.

Kim Pariseau founded APPAREIL architecture in 2010. She previously worked with leading firms on both commercial and residential projects. Kim studied in Montreal and in Copenhagen, and she has a double degree in interior design and architecture. She is a member of the Quebec Order of Architects (OAQ).

LOCATION: Montreal, Canada

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Gounod Residence / Appareil Architecture

Architects: Appareil Architecture Project: Gounod Residence Location: Villeray, Montreal, Canada Photographer: Francis Pelletier Courtesy of v2com newswire Gounod Residence is a Montreal duplex recently renovated by Appareil Architecture for a young family. The young Montreal firm faced a major challenge when it was mandated to renovate this duplex located in Villeray from A to Z.

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Appareil Architecture Has Renovated a Historic Duplex in Montreal

Architecture: APPAREIL architecture Team: Kim Pariseau, architect; François Bodlet and Guillem Lopez, project leaders Contractor: Ook Inc. Carpenters: Stéphane Gimbert and Steve Tousignan Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada Area: 2000sqf Photographer: François Bodlet APPAREIL architecture has completed Percée Residence in Montreal, Canada. This project is a renovation of the ground floor level and basement of a historic

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