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.
The La Grange Residence by MU Architecture Celebrates Simplicity
1. Modernist Design - Opportunity for businesses to create sleek and minimalist products that appeal to the design-conscious consumer.
2. Natural Materials - Opportunity for industries to develop sustainable and eco-friendly materials for construction and design.
3. Integrating Industrial Details - Opportunity for businesses to combine industrial aesthetics with functional designs, creating unique and innovative products.
1. Architectural Design - Opportunity for architects to explore and apply modernist principles in their designs, creating visually striking and functional structures.
2. Home Construction - Opportunity for construction companies to incorporate natural and sustainable materials in building homes, catering to the growing demand for eco-friendly living spaces.
3. Furniture and Interior Design - Opportunity for designers to create furniture and products that merge industrial elements with natural materials, offering unique and contemporary designs for modern living spaces.