Designed by YH2 Architecture in 2007 on 1050 square foot area, the Pavot Rogue is located in Montreal, Quebec. The exact location is on Rue Saint-Christophe street where it is known for its numerous garages and services buildings.
Pavot Rogue is a bright-orange brick pavilion located on Rue Saint-Christophe street. It was constructed over the garage of a triplex facing Rue Saint-Hubert.
The street itself is an alley-like street on which the most of the buildings have their main facades on the nearby Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint- André. Therefore, it is no wonder that you will find many garages and service buildings as well as a few rare residential facades on Rue Saint-Christophe.
It exudes an almost-alley that offers a calm, isolated, and disparate personality constructed from brick, concrete, and greenery used backyards.
A Calm and Private Urban Habitat
This particular living place reflects a calm and private urban habitat situated in the heart of one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Montreal.
The second floor houses the client’s bedroom area where you can see how the white paint on the walls and the panels make a contrast to the wooden flooring. The bedroom also comes with a glass door to access the balcony.
The bathroom concept is similar to the bedroom’s with its all-white interior and dark flooring.
Via YH2 Architecture