The Crowhill Cabin isn’t trying to compete with its landscape. Its minimalist design aims to enhance the Canadian mountainside. Sitting on a raw concrete foundation, the home is comprised of two timber-clad boxes connected by an entryway. The dark hue of their charred hemlock planks compliments the surrounding forest while the interior’s muted palette displays the scenery from the floor-to-ceiling glazed panels. In one volume are the living spaces and the other houses the bedrooms, offering maximum privacy to its inhabitants. Both modules are oriented towards the treetops, allowing the entire interior to take advantage of the best views.
Photos: Nature Humaine Architecture