Boucherville Home

Located in Boucherville, Canada, just northeast of Montreal, this four-bedroom, two-bath house is a gorgeous example of midcentury design. The home was designed in 1961 by Canadian Roger D’Astous, a prolific architect who interned with Frank Lloyd Wright in 1952 and is known for a long list of buildings in Quebec—including the twin-towered Olympic Village that housed athletes in the 1976 Summer Olympics.

This home was designed as part of an architectural competition to attract future residents to Boucherville, and its gleaming aluminum-screened exterior and overhanging roof manages to look unique while also being a classic archetype of 1960s architecture.

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