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Brief Published: 15 Jun 2012

Jean Verville: Prismatic Colours Loft


Completed in Montreal in 2011 by Canadian architect Jean Verville, this loft interior, titled Prismatic Colours, transforms the client’s five favourite hues into a vibrant three-dimensional space. It’s designed to house a collection of contemporary art and design pieces. Verville uses blocked areas of colour to create a light-hearted environment.

Gloss surfaces are important – polished vinyl flooring and epoxy resin are used to give the hues a heightened sense of vibrancy, adding to the striking saturated palette.

Jean Verville