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Situated on a steep lot in Messines (Quebec, Canada), this lakefront home was constructed as a trip house by Anik Géloquin Architecte. Hidden inside the woods, the double-peak house was designed for 2 nature lovers in search of an economical retreat.
Wishing to maintain the prices down and the impression on the surroundings to a minimal, they constructed the brand new home on the inspiration of an previous chalet. A large deck that’s partially coated runs alongside three sides of the brand new home serving to so as to add to the sq. footage in the course of the summer time months.
The home matches in with its surrounding panorama by being coated in vertical wooden slats of a bluish gray colour.
Large home windows convey the outside in and hold the inside crammed with pure mild.
The inside is filled with wooden accents and a light-weight inexperienced is used all through, mimicking the character that the home windows body.
The view is the main target in each room and it helps having the double-peak home windows in the lounge.
The loft upstairs allows you to stare on the lake and the timber when you try and do some work.
Photos by Alberto Biscaro, courtesy of v2com.internet.