La Firme reorganises centuries-old Montreal loft with contemporary finishes

Montreal architecture studio La Firme has reorganised an apartment in a 1800s textile mill, using cabinetry to shape the new interior configuration.

The Elmire Condo was completed for a young couple in Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal area.

“This project took a space in a mid-19th century building that’s been a textile mill, a Campbell’s soup factory, and finally a condo complex,” said La Firme, a local studio whose name means simply The Firm.

The apartment is located Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal area

La Firme left much of the original structure exposed, including tall, rough-hewn timber beams and brick walls with structural arches as passages between rooms.

According to the studio, these original

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