Naturehumaine of Canada has designed a new residence, staying true to its characteristic style featuring geometric figures, flat fields of colour and boldly contrasting materials. All combined with a great love of wide open, brightly lit spaces: the Canadian recipe for happiness for a new family about to move.
Stéphane Rasselet has signed his name to a new project. Somerville House is a home on four floors, whose interiors the Canadian architects, naturehumaine, have redesigned in a minimalist key, with great attention to detail.
Canadian architect Stéphane Rasselet, head of Naturehumaine studio, planned the renovation and expansion of an old duplex, contrasting the texture of 1920’s brickwork with his trademark style featuring modern colours and angular shapes.
Canadian architectural practice Naturehumaine built a boutique for Aesop in Montréal. Inspired by the neighbourhood’s eventful history of immigration and constant change, the interiors of the boutique pay homage to Mile End with their dynamism.
The recent awarding of an important national award to 12 Canadian architectural projects offers an opportunity to focus on recent architectural projects in Canada presented in the pages of Floornature and Livegreenblog.
Canadian architectural studio Naturehumaine renovated a home built in 1860, adding a touch of modernity. The idea was to underline the transition from old to new with colours and materials, all following the boundaries of the property.
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