Anik Péloquin Architecte has designed a nature-lover home that many who not only love the great outdoors will appreciate. It is surrounded by such serenity, that people simply looking for a truly restful vacation will want to escape to this place. Unfortunately for them, the nature-lover home belongs to a couple who may not want to rent it out when they're not there.
Located in Quebec, Canada, the nature-lover home looks utterly luxurious, but it was designed to be a cost-effective retreat. Built on top the foundation of an old chalet, it also has a very low impact on the environment. Made predominantly out of wood, the interior is full of natural lighting and lofty ceilings.
Anik Peloquin Architecte Builds Vacation House On Top of an Old Chalet
1. Eco-friendly Architecture - A trend in architecture focused on building sustainable and low-impact structures.
2. Nature-inspired Design - A trend in interior design that incorporates natural elements and brings the outdoors inside.
3. Luxury Retreats - A trend in vacation home rentals that offers high-end amenities and a serene environment.
1. Architecture - Architects can explore innovative construction techniques and sustainable materials to create eco-friendly structures.
2. Interior Design - Designers can incorporate natural lighting, greenery, and nature-inspired elements into residential and commercial spaces.
3. Hospitality - Hospitality companies can tap into the demand for luxury retreats by offering unique and secluded vacation experiences in serene environments.