Anik Peloquin Architecte Builds Vacation House On Top of an Old Chalet

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 23, 2014 • References: anikpeloquin & design-milk
Anik Péloquin Architecte has designed a nature-lover home that many who not only love the great outdoors will appreciate. It is surrounded by such serenity, that people simply looking for a truly restful vacation will want to escape to this place. Unfortunately for them, the nature-lover home belongs to a couple who may not want to rent it out when they're not there.

Located in Quebec, Canada, the nature-lover home looks utterly luxurious, but it was designed to be a cost-effective retreat. Built on top the foundation of an old chalet, it also has a very low impact on the environment. Made predominantly out of wood, the interior is full of natural lighting and lofty ceilings. Stats for Nature-Lover Homes Trending: Older & Average
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