Another splendid example of blending new and old.

by The REJIGIT Blog

Landsdowne House is located in Westmount, an inner city suburb of Montreal and is another example of architectural excellence involving the blending of new with old and in this instance also providing an ultra modern, open plan interior.

The 350 sq.m. home is clad in black slate similar to that used on many of the neighbourhood's historic homes and features a corner bay window on the street and a two storey bay window at the rear of the structure interposing sections of traditional red brick.

                                                           Gavin Affleck                      Richard de la Riva

Architectural Practice: Affleck de la Riva Architects, founded in 1995 and based in Montreal

Project Architect: Gavin Affleck                                                                                                                  

Project Team: Marie-Élaine Gibeault, Yannick Beauregard, Alexandre Cassiani, Serge GasconInterior Designer: Richard Bélanger

Rejigit previously wrote about another of Affleck de la Riva’s impressive projects on 16 October 2016, “The art of blending new and old”, describing Saint-Roch-de-l’Achigan City Hall.

                                 Photography: Marc Cramer and Drew Hadley