Tucked away in the mountains of Quebec's Eastern Township, the Wood Duck Cabin incorporates its natural facade into the surrounding landscape. Its simple form is completely covered in timber planks in order to blend in, rather than distract from the rugged scenery. The facade continues throughout most of the modest interior, which includes an open living area below and sleeping quarters above. The focus of the house is drawn to the south where a double-height wall opens up to expansive views of Mount Glen and the river below.
Photos: Jack Jérôme / L'Abri