This moderate snow-white lodge vanishes into a frigid lakeside inside a woods in Laurentides, Canada. Secured in the bedrock of an inclining territory, the 1200 square feet (112 square meters) abiding follows the rough geology of its area, uncovering a rakish and solid design. Planned by Montreal-based Naturehumaine Architects, the retreat grasps the excellent scene, Poisson Blanc is a straightforward dynamic white volume portrayed by a progression of vertical cuts for windows and entryways all mixing agreeably inside a perfect winter cover of day off. Inside, uncovered joists are painted white and range across the roof of the insides. The living area, kitchen and main room are situated on the lodge’s first floor. The second level is tunneled into the slope and houses stockpiling, a den and another room. Click here for more details about Poisson Blanc.
Photos: Raphaël Thibodeau