Situated on the shore of Mahone Bay, the House at Indian Point embraces the rugged Nova Scotia landscape. The vacation home adapts to the harsh climate with a durable facade made from untreated torrefied wood boards and stone while deep a triple-glazed curtain wall system takes advantage of passive solar energy. Once inside, the interior remains immersed in the scenery. Floor-to-ceiling windows envelop the serene living spaces in views of the coast and a terrace with a stone hearth extends the interior outdoors for a direct connection to the salty sea breeze.
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