Jean Verville Designs a Black Triangular Cabin With a Fable Aesthetic

By: Misel Saban - Jul 8, 2016
References: jeanverville & dezeen
The Fahouse located in Montreal is an unconventional fairytale cottage designed by Jean Verville that resides in a heavily forested area. The home offers a two-level design with large floor to ceiling windows and an unlikely black exterior that quite contrasting to most bright and light-colored cabins. The dark tones allows the abode to stand out much more significantly in the forested canopy, with a majestic appearance.

The home is both whimsical and modern, bridging together both styles with minimalistic design elements. The cottage has a triangular prism shape with a childlike aesthetic pulled from a fable. However the interior is modern and open concept with wooden cabinets and sink in the kitchen, technicolor walls and floor to ceiling doors. The triangular shape of the home gives the space tall ceilings and irregular wall space.