Classic French and contemporary styles intertwine beautifully in this elegant residence dating back to 1890. The epicurean owners selected a Cesar Elle kitchen with European lines. Modern, bright and spacious, the design is perfectly catered to North American needs. Foie gras torchon or world-class dishes can be prepared on a Corian and quartz white workspace, with 45° edges that create an undeniable lightness. The dark torrefied oak island stands as a striking contrast to the white lacquer finish of the wall panel. A buttery, a service room for wine and hot drinks, links the kitchen to the dining room. Pure was also responsible for furnishing the living room.
DESIGN Pure/De Poitiers (http://www.depoitiers.com)
LIEU Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal
Photos Antoine Fortin