Appareil Architecture, a firm that's based in Montreal, Quebec, recently created an expansive living space for a client by bringing together two separate homes.
The end result is a bright, open-concept design -- which has ample blank space that generates a clean and minimalist look. Natural light permeates the common areas, as a large skylight links the upper and lower floors. A wooden staircase complements the home seamlessly as well, with a glass barrier that allows it to appear much less imposing than it otherwise might.
The living room is sunken into the floor, which helps to divide the home's different areas without interrupting the flow of it. As Appareil Architecture claims, this also generates a more "inviting feel."
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