In a 1920s building on St-Dominique Street in Montreal, formerly a factory for canned soup, a sleek apartment for a family now stands.
The space was reoriented in order to accommodate a third bedroom for the residents' second child. The adjustment required reducing the size of one of the existing bedrooms and relocating the kitchen, which now is an open-plan space next to the living room. A Major Crown chandelier by Nemo hangs above a Zeus-Noto table and Kartell chairs.
The bright kitchen features a wall of cabinets with a gray glass tile backsplash. The refrigerator and oven are Frigidaire, and the cooktop is Miele.
A 10-foot-long sofa from Domison in Montreal dominates the living room. The floor lamp is Oluce.
The minimal gas fireplace is from Ortal. Glass panels divide the living spaces, allowing natural light to carry through the space.
The bathroom contains white epoxy flooring, while the Cabano Bath shower is lined in gray epoxy.
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