This beautiful building with a wood-paneled exterior is nestled in a forest that during the harsh winters is filled with snow and shows us a wonderful landscape. We can enjoy these spectacular views from the warm interior of the house through its multiple glass walls, where we connect visually with the outside and receive its natural light.
With an area of 2000 feet squared, it is located in Sainte-Adèle, Quebec, Canada, and was designed by the architectural firm Atelier Pierre Thibault, more specifically by Pierre Thibault, and Charlène Bourgeois in the year 2017.
In its modest but comfortable interior, we can see the simple decoration done in white and wood in all the rooms. Glass windows and skylights have been arranged in all spaces in order to allow daylight to enter and make the spaces more warm and welcoming.
We can also see that they have installed several shelves where a great variety of books have been arranged to provide hours of entertainment for those who live there. This gives them the opportunity to spend time with a good book by the warmth of the fireplace while watching the snow fall outside on those very cold days of winter.