Located in a suburb of Montreal, the Sorel Residence is a contemporary single-family home that stand out from its surrounding Victorian-inspired detached houses.
Built in depth from the street, this 110 sqm modest house has a rectangular appearance with a semi-private wooded garden on the north side.
The southern light penetrates through two majestic skylight divided by a yellow angular volume that brings warmth and light diffuses into living spaces.
Inspiration from architect:
The volume of the house is based on an elongated rectangle with a gabled roof that is truncated at angle on its front and rear. These precise cuts ascribe an impression of dynamism and morphology games perspectives. Following the living room is a screened outdoor terrace and protected by both the extension of the roof and a wall of wooden lattice.