The Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative designed the Frame House in Invermere, Canada. From a distance, the home appears deceptively small. Once you get up to it, however, it is truly a mansion in the middle of nowhere.
The design of the Frame House is also deceptively simple. It’s pretty much a giant box, and doesn’t look much more complicated until you examine the interior. Large open spaces are plentiful, but private rooms are also available in a smaller enclosed box within the larger box of the Frame House. The Frame House was photographed by Bruce Edward.
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