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The Bromont Residence is a cabin-like journey home located inside the countryside of Bromont, a metropolis inside the southwestern part of Quebec, Canada. Designed by the Montreal-based Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement, the snug home is clad in weathered barn picket giving it a naturally aged look.
Wanting to seamlessly assemble the home with minimal impression on the encircling wilderness, they chose pure and straightforward provides like the surface’s barn picket cladding and saved the form rectangular.
The house is oriented such that the views look out to the encircling forest, whereas on the same time the timber current shelter from the summer season photo voltaic.
The entrance entrance is painted in a vibrant blue, which modernizes the all-picket exterior.
The veranda is cantilevered into the tree-crammed panorama making you feel actually one with nature.
The cathedral ceilings are coated in cedar which truly warms the world up and continues the pure elements of the residence, nevertheless this time, on the inside.
Photos by Steve Montpetit, courtesy of v2com.web.