While some people seek condominiums as a place to settle, they forget about the beauty of being surrounded by nature like the Malbaie VI Marée Basse residence by Montreal-based Mu Architecture is.
Located in Quebec, Canada, this cliff-hanging lair is surrounded by a mountainous region with a vast view of the sky and the St. Lawrence River. This two-story house is a total of 3,200 square foot and is plastered with cedar shingles, which enhances the natural environment. The real gem of this haven is the boundless view of the region that's all mountain, open water and at night, a glittering starry night sky.
There's a green roof equipped with a plant-filled terraces and rock patios on an elongated deck that looks out to an amazing panoramic scenery. Mu Architecture designed the bathroom and bedroom with widened windows that offer breathtaking views.
Mu Architecture Creates a Home Surrounded Jaw-Dropping Nature Scenes
1. Nature-integrated Architecture - Designing and constructing living spaces that seamlessly blend and incorporate nature with architecture and modern amenities.
2. Pandemic-induced Relocation Homes - Individuals seeking homes that offer seclusion, serenity, and breathtaking scenery that can be enjoyed during extended work from home due to pandemic induced circumstances.
3. Sustainable Green Roofs - Constructing green roofs with plant-filled terraces and rock patios to help reduce the urban heat-island effect and offer a more environmentally-friendly living space.
1. Real Estate - Incorporating nature into property development by strategically designing homes and multi-unit housing structures that blend with the natural environment and offer stunning scenery.
2. Architecture - Exploring innovative ways to incorporate greenery and natural surroundings into architectural planning and designing to create more sustainable living spaces, while minimizing the environmental impact of the construction process.
3. Tourism and Hospitality - Building hotels, resorts, and lodges that offer guests an immersive experience of panoramic views and connecting with nature, which could be a new trend for tourism and leisure activities in the upcoming years.