Located on the shore of the Gate Lake, on a slightly sloping land of almost 80 000 pi2, this cottage by architect Eric Joseph Tremblay is located near the border of a mature cedar wooded area with inclined majestic trunks. The cottage’s exterior covering is made of stones and cedar, natural and site specific materials, the roofs follow the site’s slope in order to minimize the volume and harmonize its integration in the landscape. The interior of the chalet looks very fresh and nature-inspired: beige, grey, green and light-colored natural wood seem to continue the landscape outside, and mid-century modern furniture makes the space cozier and more inviting. 


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