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Located inside the Charlevoix space of Quebec, Canada, the Malbaie VIII Residence, La Grange, is a reinterpretation of a normal barn that sits atop a ridge surrounded by a forest. Designed by MU Architecture as part of the Terrasses Cap-à-l’Aigle enchancment, the home matches correct into the rugged panorama with its barn-like type and exterior that’s clad in white cedar planks and darkish gray metallic.
A break inside the sort turns right into a terrace on the very best flooring that lets the residents get pleasure from views of the St. Lawrence River. Below the terrace is one different reduce to the amount which marks the coated entrance to the home.
On the inside, there are concrete flooring and picket clad partitions welcoming you into the underside flooring. The big residence home windows convey the character correct in making the house immediately actually really feel cozy.
This flooring houses A big bedrooms, each with their very personal loos.
They proceed the cedar planks on the ceiling and for the partitions of the bathroom. They even made the mattress physique out of it.
The picket staircase leads to all of the flooring. The railing is manufactured from raw scorching rolled metallic to distinction all of the picket used.
The greater diploma is one big open plan with the lounge, consuming room, kitchen, and lounge. The comparable radiant concrete flooring is used and its sheen helps bounce delicate and reflections all via the world.
The tall cathedral ceilings make the world appear giant nevertheless with the picket partitions that wrap two sides and proceed up and spherical, it feels cozy and warmth.
The basement completes the house with an enormous playroom and a toddler’s dormitory-like sleeping area.
Photos by Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard (YUL Photo), courtesy of v2com.web.