Inspired by a passion for art and Italian design of the 1980s, the MEV Cabin presents a contemporary dwelling in the Canadian forest. Its curved form is nestled among the trees, with its all-black exterior bending into the landscape like an abstract shadow. In contrast to the stark exterior, the inside is a lesson in textures, colors, and materials. exploit light in a kaleidoscopic reflection for vibrant visual impact. The property also hosts a studio to facilitate the proper work-life balance.
Photos: Maxime Brouillet, Maryse Béland / Jean Verville Architectes