Located near Mount Sutton, Quebec, this architectural masterpiece conceived by architect Natalie Dionne sits among the clouds.
Perched on a hill, the dwelling has been positioned to take advantage of the panoramic vistas.
As the architect eloquently states, the home’s design takes “cues from its bucolic environment and … is defined and modulated by the natural views, sunlight and the topography of the site"2.
Natalie Dionne Architects designed the structure to compliment the natural environment.
There is a transparency in this dwelling, which focuses on the connection between inside and outside, affording the opportunity to be protected while immersed in the wilderness.
The owners call this their ‘Dream House’, and it’s no surprise why 2. The airy space plan, the reflective polished floors and the light wood cabinetry contrast with the ceiling colour palette, creating a feeling like it's floating in the clouds.
It's one of my favourite aspects of this home.
The success of this home isn’t limited to the interior. What better way to submerge yourself in the outdoors, than having a dip in the mineral pool?
Want to see more? Visit Natalie Dionne Architecture’s website HERE
All photos sourced from Natalie Dionne Architecture's website, photos by Marc Cramer
Researched and Written by Larisa Nagelberg, graduate of Environmental and Human Geography from The University of Toronto
1. The Contemporist. (2013, December 14). T House by Natalie Dionne Architecture. Retrieved from http://www.contemporist.com/2013/12/14/t-house-by-natalie-dionne-architecture/
2. NDA. Maison T. Retrieved from http://www.ndarchitecture.net/#/maison-t/