For their own lakeside getaway, two renowned Quebec architects built an indigenous structure that demonstrates design ideas that stand the test of time.
Designing one’s own house is often the purest form of self-expression for an architect. With no clients but themselves, architects are free to experiment with details, set their own challenges and give their own ideas physical form. This is precisely what Renée Daoust and Réal Lestage did with their home in the Laurentian Mountains of southern Quebec. And it began with the idea of a building in the trees. “We wanted to build a …read more
Source: Laurentian Mountain HomePosted by kyle on May 30th, 2015