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Wooden Brick House in Montreal, Canada by Natalie Dionne Architecture

The building which stands on 2,130 square feet of land is located in the city of Montreal, Canada and designed by Natalie Dionne Architecture. This project is done in 2017 and is built by applying two parallel volumes. The architecture of the building is designed in such a way to get the impression of a modern building.

This dwelling applies two main materials, red brick on the exterior and wood for the interior. On the inside of the house can be seen oak paneling covers the walls. Implementation of oak is also seen in the kitchen island and dining area. While the bedroom is covered by a latticework of western red cedar.

Large glass doors are applied as borders that fading indoor and outdoor which lead directly to the backyard overgrown with lush green grass. The use of red brick produces an entirely different outward look with the interior side of the house and able to create something unique.

Large glass doors are applied as borders that fading indoor and outdoor which lead directly to the backyard overgrown with lush green grass

The use of red brick produces an entirely different outward look with the interior side of the house and able to create something unique

The architecture of the building is designed in such a way to get the impression of a modern building

On the inside of the house can be seen oak paneling covers the walls

Wooden Brick House in Montreal, Canada by Natalie Dionne Architecture

the bedroom is covered by a latticework of western red cedar

Bathroom

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