ACDF Architecture is the design firm behind this Montreal studio space that features a modern and geometric aesthetic complete with a glass living room contained in a cantilevered box that overlooks the rest of the abode. The unconventional shape of the home provides unique views of the countryside landscape.
The house reflects the landscape of the Quebec region by utilizing the domestic function of the farmland region. The design opts for a modular aesthetic built from separate compartmentalized units that come together to form a unified space. The living room in particular acts as a self-contained space made with a glass structure that sits perpendicular to the rest of the house. The off-set angle of the space provides a dynamic dimension to the home.