Mysterious A-Frame in the Woods

Looks Can Be Deceiving— The Interior is Bright and Playful

Architect Jean Verville’s remodel of this 1960s A-frame cottage is for an outdoorsy family. Set in the Laurentian Mountains somewhere in Canada, Architect Verville maximized the cabin’s triangular A-Frame shape and came up with a fresh open layout that allows the entire family to gather in the spacious living area.

The home may look dark and mysterious on the outside, but the inside is totally light and airy.

Rhythmic and playful, the layout of the 64 square-meter (690 square-foot) hut encourages family interaction. The double-height open living space adjoins a compact kitchen area and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure unobstructed forest views.

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