A light grey-brown brick facade provides a contemporary aesthetic in Montreal’s Rosemont-Petite-Patrie neighborhood. Developer Maitre Carre and the firm Architecture Open Form worked together to introduce a contemporary style to the area. The project includes three two-story town houses and three above with a mezzanine and rooftop patio.
Plants wrap around the perforated aluminum railings for a natural touch.
Privacy can often be an issue when living in such close proximity with your neighbors. Each of the units include their own private entrance and there are no shared walkways. Whether the unit has a deck or patio, all the units are separated by a wood wall to ensure privacy.
The triple-glazed windows provide plenty of natural light.
Breaking away from the traditional town house, the custom-designed stairs make the most of the space while looking sleek.