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This Canadian Home is Defined by its Minimalist Architecture

 - Jan 8, 2014
References: naturehumaine & trendir
Naturehumaine designed this beautiful Canadian lot home and it is defined by its minimalist architecture – specifically its unconventional diagonal roofline. The simplicity of the home is what makes it so striking. It is unique because of its shape, not because of its customized home décor. The diagonal shape of the roof makes it stand out as a modern piece in an environment of untouched, natural scenery.

The home was built deep in the woods on a lakeside Canadian lot. It has a contemporary look but it keeps a low profile because of its shape. Instead of towering over the lush scenery, it poses quietly out of sight from the driveway or the lake – adding to the privacy of the home. By allowing natural light to filter in through the large windows, the home is eco-smart. Even though the home sits fairly low above ground, it has multiple floors that offer the utmost in luxury space for the family. The minimalist architecture makes this home suitable for all kinds of people, regardless of their tastes in style.