Tucked in the forest of Saint-Sauveur, the Koya House offers a multi-generational family retreat. The modern compound is made from three gabled volumes clad in wood and concrete. The materials will settle into the landscape over time, while the structure connects its inhabits to the surrounding nature with a series of outdoor spaces and expansive glazing. Internally, living spaces are kept minimal in aesthetic but maintain a warm atmosphere with the presence of wood and expansive views of the rural setting.
Photos: Raphael Thibodeau / Alain Carle Architecte