Designed by Paul Bernier Architecte the vacation house also has a green roof that come alive during warmer months. It is the green roof of the cottage along with its black form that instantly grabs your attention while the interior embraces a minimal modern color scheme in black and white.
Designed for a modern family a weekend home the mountain retreat has a dark cedar clad exterior that allows it to standout visually during the cold winter months. Natural gradient of the lot is something the home uses to its advantage even as its contemporary silhouette leaves one charmed.
That perfect escape comes in different shapes for different folk. If you happen to be someone who loves both nature and snow-clad ski slopes then this is a getaway that you will instantly fall in love with!
Designed by Salmela Architect the house is a perfect blend of the traditional and the contemporary with a lovely barn-inspired form holding breezy modern spaces inside. The exterior draped in wood and metal steals the show instantly even as the three pitched roofs give it a silhouette that you simply cannot miss.
There is absolutely no lack of space inside the cottage with one area flowing into the next. An open spacious deck outside further extends this sense of being one with the landscape. Inviting modern and unique this exquisite cottage has a bit of something for everyone in the family.
In the bedrooms partitions that can be tucked away when not in use help create privacy whenever necessary while pullout beds and bunk beds maximize the available square footage.
The multi-level cabin was originally built by Joseph Esherick in 1968 and in its new avatar it offers a cozy contemplative refuge that still drapes you in comfort and class. This is essentially a home that provides the best of both worlds!
A relaxing backyard that offers a tranquil refuge amidst the urban rush that surrounds us is a refuge that we all seek. But few among us actually have the privilege of enjoying such a serene escape.