Resembling a lot of the native structure with steep gables, the Hatley Home consists of three identically formed volumes that nestle collectively with out interbreeding. The home, conceived as a collaboration between Pelletier de Fontenay and François Abbott, resides on a plateau surrounded by hills, pastures and mountains in Hatley, Quebec. Many of the constructions within the space are a mixture of farms, barns and sheds, which impressed the design however with extra fashionable outcomes.
The surface is clad in a wood lattice that’s learn vertically and the steep pitched roof is clad in standing seam steel for a minimalist look.
The home consists of three wings, one within the center serving as the primary residing area and the opposite two housing the wing of the main bedroom and the visitor wing. Each feels prolonged with double top areas as much as eight meters excessive. Massive sq. home windows supply views of the pure countryside whereas bringing pure mild to the inside.
The minimalist kitchen combines matte black cupboards with easy wood counter tops for a common really feel.
The dormant wings home areas on the highest flooring above the rooms fitted out in pure wooden.
Photographs from James Brittain, courtesy of v2com.