Quebec home by MU Architecture responds to steep and rocky topography

This countryside dwelling by Canadian studio MU Architecture consists of rectilinear volumes that step up a hillside, with facades clad in stone and cedar. The Estrade Residence is located in St-Adolphe d’Howard, a village in the scenic Laurentians – a hilly region north of Montreal. The 3,600-square-foot (344-square-metre) holiday home is situated on a hillside that

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Bright white home by MU Architecture blends with Quebec’s snowy landscape

Canadian studio MU Architecture has completed a white-painted holiday home in rural Quebec that is composed of two stacked volumes that cling to the steep terrain (+ slideshow). Called the Nook Residence, the weekend retreat is situated in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, in a quiet area near Lake Memphremagog. Encompassing 3,000 square feet (278 square metres), the two-storey More

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