This massive penthouse apartment sits 23 floors above the city of Montreal, Canada and takes full advantage of the large windows and panoramic view of downtown Montreal, Mount Royal and the St. Lawrence River.
Interior designer René Desjardins created a loft-like division of public and private space within the 3,300 square feet (originally two penthouse apartments). While all the space is sublime, it's important to note that much of the designer's description of the new space is based around windows, window coverings and lighting!
René Desjardins mentions that the ceilings were lowered slightly to make room for all the electrical and recessed lighting — it hides both the automatic window covering mechanisms and dual spots for each lighting fixture.
See more of this space at Contemporist | Penthouse in Downtown Montreal by René Desjardins.
Images: André Doyon