Canada–based Chevalier Morales Architectes built this sprawling family home, known as the Vallée du Parc Residence, in Quebec's Mauricie region. The 4,672-square-foot home's dark wood exterior and low-profile, angular roof echo the valley's bucolic rolling hillsides.
The firm describes the design as a "reinterpretation of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright." This declaration is evident in the strong visual connection between the home's interior and exterior spaces, and in the home's relationship with nature.
High ceilings and white interiors give the home an airy, contemporary feel, while extensive glazing provides natural light while framing the stunning views. A series of terraces anchor the home to its site as they seamlessly extend out into the surroundings.
The home's setting will look familiar to some Canadians, as the site served as the set for Les Filles de Caleb, a Canadian period drama that aired in the nineties. The architects cite a sense of nostalgia for the popular series' fictional landscape as informing the home's design.
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Architect of Record: Chevalier Morales Architectes / @chevaliermorales
Builder, General Contractor: Construction Martin Périgny et fils
Structural Engineer: Geniex
Mechanical Engineer: Aubin Pélissier
Landscape Design Company: Laforce et Desrochers Paysagistes
Lighting Design, Interior Design: Chevalier Morales Architectes
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