Prince-Phillip House Montréal, Canada


Prince-Phillip House Montréal, Canada

In 2021, MXMA Architecture & Design completed a renovation of the Prince Philip house, a typical 1960s house that had already been enhanced by a contemporary addition. The main challenge of this project was to blend the architectural languages of two different eras in order to create a coherent, elegant, and well-integrated ensemble in its environment.

Located on an exceptional site - a wooded lot of nearly 1,600 square metres (17,000 sq. ft.) - this home in the Outremont district is only minutes from downtown Montreal. The owners first renovated in 2012 when their family was growing. Nearly a decade later, as the children have grown, the family’s needs continue to evolve.

The parents wanted a quiet, private space of their own, while providing their three children with their own dedicated spaces. The project entrusted to MXMA consisted of adding a partial second storey to the residence in order to create a new wing for the parents, and to redefine the role of the existing rooms.

Photo credit: doublespace photography

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