Sculptor Jacek Jarnuszkiewicz has worked with architects Marie-Claude Hamelin and Loukas Yiacouvakis to design his Canadian getaway located in East Bolton. The build process was particularly unique here, as each designer’s work began upon completion of the former individual.
Overlooking Lake Trousers, the modern dwelling piece is thus surrounded by a coniferous forest. Upon completion, the residence was made up of two wood volumes, all coming together via an open floor plan.
The interior and exterior of the home are meant to seamlessly transition one to the other, as the ground level coincides with that of the forest. The last floor is then highlighted by a noticeably large covered terrace that provides with unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape.
A glass facade in turn welcomes natural light onto all three floors, while all in all, the house is a sculptural complement to the neighboring natural elements.
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- Source: ArchDaily
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