This midcentury lake house in Quebec was rescued from the wrecking ball and given an open-plan update thanks to architect Alain Carle.
A former flour mill building in Denver houses this modern loft, which was given a complete makeover by architect Robb Studio and interior design firm Studio Gild.
The kitchen of this spaciously remodeled 1973 bungalow in Quebec City features a wide Corian countertop and Bertoia stools.
With an architectural assist, a man and his wife make a home in the Madrid apartment building where he grew up. The living and kitchen areas were reconfigured to seamlessly join a terrace surfaced with artificial turf and Nature Teka decking by Disegna.
Once marked by low-ceilings and rubber floors, today this apartment in Montreal is sleek and open. The only division is an original steel beam, which runs the length of the flat, delimiting the passage area.
At this reinvented Eichler in Palo Alto, California, the living area’s glass walls open up to the outdoors, blurring the line between interior and exterior spaces.