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The Lejeune Residence by Architecture Open Form Celebrates Minimalism

 - Feb 10, 2016
References: openform & archiscene.net
The Lejeune Residence by Architecture Open Form is an urban home located in Montreal, Canada. The contemporary residence embodies an air of minimalism and rejects heavy ornamentation. Trading ornate details for subtle and linear elements, the Architecture Open Form team creates a spectacular city home that is both monumental and practical for inhabitants.

The epitome of function and simplicity, this home consists of heavy volumes and features a blend of white walls, sleek metal accents and warm wood finishes. Whiling Lajeune Residence includes countless living room built-ins that double as bookcases, its kitchen is kept minimal without compromising counter space.

Additionally, the home's washrooms retain its consistently modern look but are accented with luxe details like a marble backsplash and layered subway tiles throughout.