” Architect Henri Cleinge was tasked with renovating a 200-year-old stone house in Quebec while adding a substantial addition in a project called the Bord-du-Lac House. The house is home to four generations – a great grandfather, the grandparents, and the children in the old house, while the parents took over the addition. For this reason, the design centers around the passage of time with the old stone house and the new space being tied together. ”
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