DELORDINAIRE’s High House Is a Thing of Beauty
Stilt houses are typical in areas that are prone to flooding. Paris-based Architects DELORDINAIRE defies convention by building this house on black stilts in the mountains of Quebec. The High House is stark white and it is a vision to behold against the snowy backdrop. It’s sharp gabled roof and the thin legs make it so unique. Please go ahead and check out the photos!
The stilt typology raises the house above the surrounding tree line giving it an uninterrupted view of the Mont Saint Anne from the lounge, as well as a striking overall aesthetic. It also allows sunshine to directly enter the house at all hours of the day. The clean, sharp lines and volumes are achieved through the use of white concrete panel cladding and corrugated steel roof panels.
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