Naturehumaine revives 1920s apartment in Montreal with contemporary finishes

Traditional details were kept throughout this ground-floor apartment in Montreal that local studio Naturehumaine renovated to bring in more natural light and create an improved connection to the rear yard.

Originally built in the 1920s, the apartment was filled with classical details such as ornamental columns and a stained-glass doorway at the entrance of the home.

The entrance to the apartment has a stained-glass doorway

It is located in Little Burgundy, an area with working-class roots that has undergone a transformation in the past several years.

Not only did Naturehumaine keep these details, they drew inspiration from them to complete

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