Wood Duck Cabin

Tucked away in the mountains of Quebec's Eastern Township, the Wood Duck Cabin incorporates its natural facade into the surrounding landscape. Its simple form is completely covered in timber planks in order to blend in, rather than distract from the rugged scenery. The facade continues throughout most of the modest interior, which includes an open living area below and sleeping quarters above. The focus of the house is drawn to the south where a double-height wall opens up to expansive views of Mount Glen and the river below.

Photos: Jack Jérôme / L'Abri

  • Embach Cabin

    With a mix of rustic materials and clean design, the Embach Cabin takes a modern approach to the classic mountain cabin. A rough-sawn wood exterior evokes the rugged warmth of traditional cabin facade, while its simple form adds a contemporary update. The timber cladding continues on the interior where it meets touches of concrete and a minimal decor. A double height bookcase runs up through the heart of the home, dividing the internal spaces. Built on an incline, its sloped setting and thoughtfully placed windows maximize views of the Austrian mountainside and village below.

    Photos: Albrecht Imanuel Schnabel / LP Architektur

  • MU77 House

    Tucked away seemingly underneath its Mulholland Drive entrance, the MU77 House uses plentiful glazing and outdoor space to take advantage of its Hollywood Hills views. The garage and main entrance sit on the top floor, which is home to a guest bedroom, two other bedrooms, and a foyer. Downstairs lies the master bedroom, as well as the family room, main kitchen/living space, and walls of sliding glass doors that opens it up to the spacious terrace, pool, and jacuzzi. The home's dramatic, angular exterior is mirrored on the interior with similar treatments for the main stairwell, kitchen island, and cabinetry.

    Photos: Paul Vu / Arshia Architects

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