Located in the heart of the ‘Terrasses Cap-à-l’Aigle’ development in Quebec, the "La Grange" residence by MU Architecture embodies modernist design ideals.
The home is situated on a vast lot in the gorgeous
Charlevoix region and features a design that merges industrial details with natural wood materials.
MU Architecture's "La Grange" residence mimics its surrounding topography with rugged wood cladding that accents a shell of glass and stone elements. Ascending two storeys in height, this contemporary Quebec home is a great examples of Canada's new and noteworthy architecture. This covetable abode is a perfect definition of the phrase "less is more" and is a haven for the design-conscious inhabitant with a love for simplicity and modernism.
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