The people of Scott Yetman Design knew how to imbue this stunning residence with character and elegance. The selection of veneer type and finish bring a touch of warmth and exclusivity to this project. First off, this project had to be designed and conceptualized as one sole piece of cabinetry. Steps, wall panels, doors, and […]
“Complexity in simplicity” pretty well sums up this project by architect Philip Hazan and his team. To meet the challenge, MMR had to ensure that all details worked out by the architect were respected. Numerous windows and the accompanying generous natural lighting required perfectly executed and finished pieces of woodwork. Complex alignments, the right choice […]
In this complete renovation of a high-end condo in Port-Royal Apartments, several “out of the ordinary” materials were used, some of which had to be imported expressly for the project including an important cabinetry component. The unique kitchen design is composed of walnut, natural oiled steel and sheepskin—stretched and lacquered.
Designer Yves Lefebvre brings his original design to life in this residential building located in downtown Montreal The new woodworking elements here had to be merged with existing ones. One of the challenges of this project was to carry out the work with full respect to other residents of the building. This project was completed […]
For the entire renovation of this residence in Outremont, only superior quality materials were used. Several meetings, exchanges, and the production of samples were a necessary part of the decision-making process: Teakwood, Ziricote and Macassar ebony were the final choices. This project was carried out in partnership with the designer at all stages of the […]