Two Volume House Connected by a Wood Tunnel

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This two volume house by the seaside boasts a fitting blend of blue and natural wood that evokes a nautical look and feel. This unusual home highlights the creative quirks of Canadian architecture. Two houses in one, the dual blue volumes are connected by a natural cedar corridor, wood-clad both inside and out. The whimsical aesthetic of this interesting home invites you to explore, and continues inside, where high ceilings and the pitched roof add to the home’s curiosities. The cedar corridor is a journey through this house at an odd angle, leading from the living room to the bedroom, where a port-hole style window overlooks the sea. And a contemporary loft design idea, an upper-level office space overlooks the kitchen and living area below. This vacation house in Quebec is a sweet retreat for rest, relaxation and inspiration.
via Dwell

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Posted on October 7, 2011 10:45 PM

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