MXMA designed the interior for a duplex, located in the heart of Montreal's Plateau-Mont-Royal borough, to create an innovative living space with abundant wood surfaces.
The organization of the living spaces revolves around the architectural form of the ceiling. Continuity of wooden surfaces becomes the organizing principle of the home's more public areas, such as the entrance, the living room, the dining room and the kitchen. It creates an experience of movement that leads to the third floor, where the more private areas, including three children's bedrooms and the master suite, are located.
The woodwork gives the home a homogeneous, natural and lively feeling. It demonstrates how wood can be used to provide flexible and complex solutions with a high-quality finish. Surfaces, materials and light resonate together to create a living space that emanates warmth.
Photography: Adrien Williams