Open-Plan House in the Blackened Timber Trend

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Wooden Home Inside the Woods

The location of this two-story home is the forested hillside of Quebec, Canada. The whole idea from which the home was designed was connecting the outside with the inside, using wood. The space on which the home spreads is 2,300-square-feet, with a terrace which extends to the outside. The black timber which outlines the structure, is contrasted with the light wood mixture on the inside.

The entrance is located on the smaller ground floor, which contains two bedrooms and a bathroom. A large south-facing open-plan living area, dining room, and kitchen take up the majority of the L-shaped upper level. Full-height glazing wraps around the communal area that also opens up to a small triangle-shaped deck. The master ensuite is placed between the two decks. Polish concrete floors are used throughout the home.

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