Bridge House in Nova Scotia Uses the Natural Landscape as Its Starting Point

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: May 2, 2011 • References: mlsarchitects and contemporist
The Nova Scotia cabin residence designed by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects is unique in how it incorporates nature into its design; the home is located on top of two boulders with a ravine passing through underneath. The bridge house was designed for a former student of Brian MacKay-Lyons.

MacKay-Lyons drew inspiration for the bridge house with the company's previous House #22 and experiments at the Ghost lab projects. The inside of the bridge house stands in contrast to the exterior with its refined furnishings.

The bridge house also offers lots of privacy as it is located in the middle of a wooded area with trees surrounding it. The views from the home are definitely captivating, ensuring that your stay is delightfully serene.