Neogothic architecture with contemporary character

This neo-Gothic residence has retained its original character while integrating contemporary elements of todays design

Photography by: Dominic Boudreau

This unique residence is perched on the heights of the village of Frelighsburg in Montérégie. Along the edge of the Rivière aux Brochets, this neo-Gothic residence has retained its original character while integrating contemporary design today. The dwelling as a whole remains an emblem of heritage.


From the entrance to the site, the origin of this place remains: the mature vegetation has been preserved in its entirety and the courtyard remains a place of meditation. The main entrance between this church and the presbytery and the positive impact of the impressive architecture of this residence takes us to a place with a comforting soul.

The design combines two very important criteria – architecture, attic, bed, bed frame, bed sheet, bedding, bedroom, building, ceiling, comfort, daylighting, estate, floor, flooring, furniture, hardwood, home, house, interior design, mattress, property, real estate, room, suite, wall, wood, wood flooring, gray
The design combines two very important criteria – the architectural aspect as well as the functionality of the interior spaces.

With a volume of 40,000 cubic feet, the original intention was to preserve the essence of the place and make this building a place of prestige. Combining two very important criteria, the architectural aspect as well as the functionality of the interior spaces, this residential project was born with brilliance.

From the inside, it is possible to see the bell tower, still functional from a Baltimore foundry with a weight of 850 pounds. The immense organ, imposing architectural aspect of the 2nd floor, blends perfectly with the decor and brings prestige to this luxurious residence. 

The ogival windows preserve the historical aspect of arch, architecture, building, ceiling, chair, couch, curtain, design, door, floor, flooring, furniture, home, house, interior design, living room, loft, property, real estate, room, window, gray, brown
The ogival windows preserve the historical aspect of the design while bringing a contemporary touch.

Brightness

The fenestration plays an important role in these places. The ogival windows designed and made to measure by the company Fabelta, preserve the historical aspect of the design while bringing a contemporary touch to the taste of the day. Capturing light through its imposing windows, the residence offers breathtaking views of the rest of the site.

The use of Fabelta aluminum puRE series products has a sleek design with a clean and bright architecture, while respecting the principles of sustainable development. Entirely designed and manufactured in Quebec, these fenestration systems were designed to meet the new energy standards and offer impressive dimensions that respect the market trend.

For more information, visit Fabelta.

May 21, 2019
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