Spahaus

Québec, Canada
Location
  • Québec, Canada
  • Type
  • Modern
  • Year
  • 2015
  • Square Feet
  • 1000
  • Montreal-based practice YH2 reimagines a traditional archetype.

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    In Lac Supérieur, outside Montreal, the Fraternité-sur-Lac resort site is home to a series of modern, modular residences designed by YH2. Photo  of Spahaus modern home

    In Lac Supérieur, outside Montreal, the Fraternité-sur-Lac resort site is home to a series of modern, modular residences designed by YH2.

    The firm's first home model for the development is dubbed Spahaus. Meant as vacation homes, the site's 21 cabins are designed to take advantage of the area's natural setting with large windows that overlook the forest. Photo 2 of Spahaus modern home

    The firm's first home model for the development is dubbed Spahaus. Meant as vacation homes, the site's 21 cabins are designed to take advantage of the area's natural setting with large windows that overlook the forest.

    The Spahaus model is modular and available in five configurations. They vary in size from 1070 square feet to 1420 square feet. In the kitchen, gray laminate cabinets are topped with stainless steel countertops. Photo 3 of Spahaus modern home

    The Spahaus model is modular and available in five configurations. They vary in size from 1070 square feet to 1420 square feet. In the kitchen, gray laminate cabinets are topped with stainless steel countertops.

    A sauna is an optional feature. Cedar and concrete create a recurring visual theme from the exterior to the interior. Photo 4 of Spahaus modern home

    A sauna is an optional feature. Cedar and concrete create a recurring visual theme from the exterior to the interior.

    The facade consists of exposed concrete, Galvalume roofing, and cedar or torrefied wood coating. The homes are carefully positioned to keep other structures out of sight. Photo 5 of Spahaus modern home

    The facade consists of exposed concrete, Galvalume roofing, and cedar or torrefied wood coating. The homes are carefully positioned to keep other structures out of sight.