Architecture
Blue Hills House

Blue Hills House is a minimalist house located in Morin-Heights, Canada, designed by la SHED architecture. The residence is located on a large property in the forest on the edge of a slope. The architects wanted the home to be inconspicuous against the landscape, there it was constructed all on the same level. Natural white cedar siding covers the exterior facade of the building, which will become grey over time in order to make the home even more unnoticeable beyond the trees. (10)

Name: Blue Hills House

Designer: la SHED architecture

Location: Morin-Heights, Canada

Year: 2012

Blue Hills House is a minimalist house located in Morin-Heights, Canada, designed by la SHED architecture. The residence is located on a large property in the forest on the edge of a slope. The architects wanted the home to be inconspicuous against the landscape, there it was constructed all on the same level. Natural white cedar siding covers the exterior facade of the building, which will become grey over time in order to make the home even more unnoticeable beyond the trees.

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