Rustic minimalism for Canadian treehouse

By Kim McFayden 3 years ago

The rustic simplicity of this home in the Canadian city of Quebec has been artfully created by architect Christopher Simmonds. Featuring a combination of reclaimed timber cladding contrasted against fresh white walls to the exterior, the palate continues through the interior with rustic timber floorboards, timber ceilings and white walls and surfaces. The palate serves as a perfect backdrop for the pops colour served up by the ever changing landscape of trees and mountains visible in every room through full length windows.

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  ARCHITECTURE, compressed concrete, concrete, elements, glass, inside/out connection, materials, minimalist, sustainable design, timber
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