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Maison E3 by Natalie Dionne Architecte

Named for its cross-sectional resemblance to the letters E and a backward E (or 3), Maison E3 is the multi-leveled masterpiece recently completed by Natalie Dionne Architecte near the Jean Talon Market in Montreal, Canada. Apart from its interesting split-level duality that connects the E annex to the 3 annex with flights of stairs, the remarkable architecture uses liberal glass panes including a skylight to facilitate natural light and ventilation within the house, at the same time creating an impressive play on light and space from many angles. Natalie Dionne and Martin Laneuville were both on the design team for the project.

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