Architect Jean Verville is known for his clean lines and minimalist aesthetic and the A-Frame Chalet is no different. Built in the 1960s, the structure's bold angles now don a black cedar facade and a shiny metal roof. Inside the interior has been stripped of its partitions for an open layout. High ceilings make room for glazed panels that shower the white walls and wood flooring with natural light. Neighbored by the Laurentian Mountains, the windows have been set to frame in views of the adjacent lake and surrounding landscape.
Photos: Maxime Brouillet / Jean Verville Architects