This yh2 house titled La Luge is nestled deep in Quebec's forest, enabling the light wood panels to blend seamlessly into tree beams and branches. Although the space may appear small to medium sized from the exterior, sliding wood doors allow the abode to expand according to the number of guests.
La Luge is composed of assorted materials including oak, cedar and walnut. The distinct coloring of the beams creates separation both inside and outside of the structure, indicating where spaces begin and end. Amongst these spaces are a private spa, children's room and playground.
Windows spanning from floor to ceiling give a further illusion of being set right in nature. La Luge visitors end up feeling as if they are literally in the forest, much like an authentic cabin.
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