Surrounded by dense forest in Canada, the Pavillon du Lac reflects the lakefront setting with a glazed facade. The guest house sits on a gentle slope, laying lightly on the terrain with an elevated foundation that appears to float above the ground. Its exterior is made entirely out of floor-to-ceiling windows. During the day, the home mirrors the landscape but becomes completely transparent after the sun goes down. Internally, two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, and living area all enjoy uninterrupted views of the lake and wooded scenery.
Photos: Adrien Williams / Daoust Lestage