Rural landscapes are altering continuously. Modern homes rise on the spots the place not way back, solely the occasional tree would break the monotony. La Cornette, a tremendous modern residence constructed in Quebec, Canada, is a splendid rural dwelling constructed for 2 households on a 2000 sqm terrain. Designed by YH2 Architecture, the residence has an unusual roof, resembling a nun’s cornet wimple. Alongside the bands of horizontal home windows displayed on the facade, the home provides lovely panoramas of the environment from every angle. Modern, made-to-measure furnishings completes the inside design, whereas the wooden used all all through the home retains the agricultural feeling alive.
Kidosaki Architects’ Japanese Rural Homes Flaunt an Urban Impression