- Luxury villa with stunning views offers relaxation under the palm trees
- Green wallpaper with leaf pattern
- Dining room in white and gray
- Catering – Enjoy with style
- Establishment of the Ministry of the Interior
- Wall element consists of modules
- Rattan hanging chair for more comfort and relaxation in the garden
- Stay classic black and white
- Butterflies such as wall
- Orange Bank
Two Hulls House – monolithic Architect's house on the coast of Canada
The team of architects of MacKay-Lyons Architects has designed this modern house on the coast of Port Mouton, a small village in the southwest of the region Queens Nova Scotia, Canada. The building consists of two building structures sloping roof, cantilevered over the rocks. The large 312 square meters is designed for a family of 4.
Beach house with depth effect
The project finished in 2011 conducted a minimal intrusion into the topography of the hill, so that the impression that the house could float over the countryside. Thus, retreats and private life were created between and under the two building structures. The property is located close to the beach - in the middle of a wild coast with stones sand and turquoise water and mild maritime climate.
Projected far into the structure of the coastal landscape
Both structural adjustment relief volumes. This can be used as a "house of night" as a "flag day" and the other. Using wood provide communication between the interior and exterior. Exclusive house on the coast is heated to the geothermal energy.
Balcony with beautiful views
The two shells ("two shells") house fits effectively into the surrounding countryside. The partially abstract architecture is exactly in the spirit of the time. The lounge has a höhligen reception, kitchen and dining room with a beautiful view of the beach, bedroom and living room. The center of the apartment, however, is the huge fireplace in the lobby.
Consultant monolithic building made of wood, steel and concrete
The body opens targeted at the beach by floor to ceiling windows. They contribute to the optical smooth transition between interior and exterior spaces.
MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple House architect Architects
Construction that resists against gravity
Building with metal construction and wood siding
Spacious and bright, the interior
Living room with stunning views of the ocean
Thank you Luftigkeitsgefühl glazing height
Minimalism in the kitchen
Efficient use of space with high ceilings
Flooring and wood walls
Room with ocean view
Photos by Greg Richardson