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The home at 3050 Chemin St-Sulpice in Montreal's Westmount neighbourhood renovated by architect Fadi Coussa.

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The kitchen is sleek and contemporary, with glossy Poggenpohl cabinets and white quartz countertops.

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An airy stairwell runs from the basement to the top floor, with a series of windows uniting the different floors and bringing light into the heart of the home.

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Doors were added off the dining room to a large balcony overlooking the garden.

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The home's basic two-box design was re-imagined by adding a third floor and a light well to bridge the two sides.

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The living room is finished with white oaks flloors and a floating fireplace.

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The master bathroom features grey and white marble, heated floors and freestanding tub by Quebec-based Wetstyle.

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