This uncomplicated ground floor condo in Montreal, Espace St-Denis, takes transparency to heart.
Daring designer Anne Sophie Goneau put raw materials at center stage – original brick walls, steel I-beams, and a gorgeous span of hemlock boards bring warmth to the glossy white interior.
The apartment is small but spacious thanks to the incredibly bold use of transparent interior walls. Two bedrooms, encased in glass, have an amazing view of the home’s features when unshielded by privacy curtains.
Glossy black sets the large kitchen apart. It runs almost the entire span of the home, save for a living room decked out with a forest green couch. This social space looks directly out onto the sidewalk – another exceptionally adventurous element.
Would you be able to live in a home as revealing as the Espace St-Denis ground floor apartment?