Let’s have a look at a residential house by DKA Architects built in the Laurentians.

Designed by DKA Architects, this residence is hidden by a curtain of trees. A small bridge connects the parking lot to the upper level of the house. All living areas are arranged upstairs at the height of the foliage of trees. This way, the residence provides a close relationship with the rural environment. The exterior of the house is characterized by black wood and a black metal roof. In contrast, the interior is mainly characterized by clear white and light, natural wood. Large windows provide great views of the beautiful landscape. With a rectangular plan and a two-sided roof, the house resumes the shapes of traditional houses. Below you can find a few images. For more, please visit the DKA Architects website: www.dkaarchitectes.com

A residential house by DKA Architects built in the Laurentians.
A residential house by DKA Architects built in the Laurentians.
View towards the house.
View towards the house.
Staircase to the entrance and upper level.
Staircase to the entrance and upper level.
A small bridge to the upper level.
A small bridge connects the parking lot to the upper level of the house
Nestled in the woods.
The residence is nestled in the woods.
Covered terrace.
The covered terrace provides beautiful views of the landscape.
Kitchen and dining area.
Kitchen and dining area.
Open kitchen space.
The open kitchen space.
Bedroom.
The master bedroom.
A residential house by DKA Architects built in the Laurentians.
A residential house by DKA Architects built in the Laurentians.

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