Jean Verville Adds Unorthodox Finishes and Spatial Surprises to 3 Montreal Projects

Quartz composite tops the apartment’s kitchen cabinets. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

Floor planks in the third, an apartment, are engineered stained maple. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

LED linear fixtures illuminate the apartment’s kitchen. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

The bathroom’s mirrored cabinet is custom. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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Zucchetti Rubinetteria: Tub Fittings, Shower Fittings.

Duravit: Tub.

Bathroom tile is glazed ceramic. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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Normann Copenhagen: Towel Hook.

Recer: Wall, Floor Tile.

Vanico-Maronyx: Tub.

AquabrassBlanco: Sinks.

Baril; Franke Kindred: Sink Fittings.

Brushed brass clads the doors of closets. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

The dining room also serves as an office. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

In the house’s living room, a Paolo Rizzato swing-arm lamp illuminates a Sori Yanagi stool. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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FLOS: Lamp.

Vitra International: Stool.

Beanbag Montréal: Beanbags.

Granite tops the kitchen island. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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AquabrassBlanco: Sinks.

Baril; Franke Kindred: Sink Fittings.

Fisher & Paykel Appliances: Refrigerator.

In the living area beyond sits a sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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Caesarstone: Counter Material.

Ikea: Cooktop.

Ligne Roset: Sofa.

Zucchetti Rubinetteria: Sink Fittings.

The house’s black-painted zone extends across one corner of the living room. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

The second, a remodeled house, features a Mario Mazzer coatrack in a corridor. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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Bonaldo: Coat Rack.

Montreal projects by Jean Verville Architecte include its own studio. Photography by François Bodlet.

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Predimach: Custom Table.

Painted aluminum frames the custom windows. Photography by François Bodlet.

The exterior is clad in metal. Photography by François Bodlet.

File cabinets slip under custom tables. Photography by François Bodlet.

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Through Staples: File Cabinets.

OSB lines the entire 155-square-foot interior of Verville’s studio. Photography by François Bodlet.

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Through Home Depot: Paneling.

Jean Verville hangs from the studio’s second level, which contains a work space and storage. Photography by François Bodlet.

The studio occupies an original shed behind Verville’s 19th-century house. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by François Bodlet.

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