Frank Lloyd Wright was known for connecting his architecture with nature. The Vallée du Parc House pays homage to the iconic architect by applying his philosophies to the 21st-century. Built in the Quebec countryside, the home blends into the rural landscape with a low-profile and timber facade while the irregular slopes of its angular roof resemble the surrounding hillsides. The interior is defined by clean white walls and vaulted ceilings, a contemporary counterpoint to the valley views highlighted by expansive glazed panels. To deepen the dialogue between the home and the setting, a network of external terraces bridge the gap between the interior and the outdoors.
Photos: Chevalier Morales Architectes