Boucherville Residence / Roger D’Astous

Located in Boucherville, Canada, just north east of Montreal, this four-bedroom, two-bath house is a gorgeous example of mid century 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 — via Midcentury modern from Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice asks $855K – Curbed

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