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Canadian Ambassador’s Residence

Canadian Ambassador’s Residence, Paris, France


This residence was built in the mid 19th C. and was acquired by the Canadian government as an official residence shortly after WWII. Craig is currently advising on the repair and thermal upgrade of the original windows.


The residence, as seen from the garden.



Although all windows are casements, details vary depending on the architectural hierarchy – this is the grand salon.



This is an overall view of the formal dining room.

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