Canari House by Naturehumaine

Naturehumaine, Stéphane Rasselet,

Adrien Williams,

Quebec, Canada, Montréal, Canada,

Apartment, Housing, Residences,


Stéphane Rasselet, of Canadian architecture studio Naturehumaine, has designed Canari House which, like all his projects, stands out for its bright, vibrant colours and contemporary interiors.

Canari House by Naturehumaine

An athletic young couple wanted to transform a fourplex into two apartments, one for themselves and one to rent. Canadian architects Naturehumaine have met the challenge by giving it their distinctive style. Bright colours and geometric shapes permeate the two spaces of Canari House in Stéphane Rasselet’s design.

The home was created from a 1930s building. It has beenrestored and enlarged to create not only two apartments, but also a garage and a terrace. Another aim of the redevelopment was to give more natural light, thanks to large windows. The colours and materials of the interiors complete the design, giving the project a vibrant and contemporary image that is always a feature of architecture by Naturehumaine.

Francesco Cibati

Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Year: 2016
Architects: Naturehumaine
Photos: Adrien Williams