Stephanie J. Lacy Apartment January 01st 2019, 02:19:12
René Desjardins seems to accept the challenge of transforming a giant room, into a luxurious and elegant penthouse. By carrying out the penthouse with two bedrooms, as well as maintaining the view of the city of Montreal as the main decoration, the architects managed to create the look simple but impressive luxury. He did not want to overstate look too glamorous. But the emphasis on practical modern and dynamic lifestyles becomes the main point of this penthouse design.
A room of 3,300 square feet and then he turned into a penthouse for a small family wealthy. Located at the top of the building which has a view of the entire city of Montreal, this penthouse must expose both the scenery and the luxury interior in it. This penthouse has a public area in the living room, dining room, and kitchen, which is coextensive with private areas in each bedroom. The design allows guests to receive as much as possible, especially if the owner wants to have a little party.
The use of luxurious yet minimalist interiors is an impressive exclusive atmosphere that is not excessive. Some ornaments like the wolf on the wall by Josée Pedneault in the living room covered an impressive impression of a strong dominance of the owner. Meanwhile, to partition the bedroom door also display sculpture by Jean-Pierre Larocque artifacts are more like art; gives the impression the owner has a high artistic soul. A floating pile of books as ornaments is also an accent that does not have to be expensive but gives the impression of intelligence.
René Desjardins makes all the details so represent the personality of the owner. He did not waste a perfect personal impression that belongs to the owner and makes it straight on the view penthouse design. The rest he let the design work naturally with some modern touches such as a frameless shower and glass table. Making an impression is not limited but still stylish. Here we present a complete plan along with a penthouse view of the entire section for your reference.