Concrete Beaumont House by Henri Cleinge


The Beaumont House located in Montreal, Canada, was designed by Henri Cleinge in 2011. The building is nicely integrated in the neighborhood but features a number of differences in comparison with the buildings in the area.

The main difference consists in the spatial composition because of the modular plan where one unit is situated on the ground and second floor while a second unit is located on the second and third floor. A special feature is the fact that nearly all the exterior walls are built out of concrete, the house also containing a series of framed experiences.


Photos by Marc Cramer

Concrete Beaumont House by Henri Cleinge

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