House H is a low-lying quarry stone house in Mount Brydges — a small municipality, located in Southern Ontario.
The abode is designed by Dutch architect Chris Collaris and it boasts a monolithic and minimalist aesthetic that does not intervene with the surrounding vegetation. The materials for the quarry stone house are sourced locally and the designer even envisioned a green roof for the home, building on the modern notion of fusing architecture with elements that nod to nature.
The interior of House H benefits from floor-to-ceiling mirrors that enable breathtaking views of the rolling fields. The abode is designed for people who work nearby and who wanted a home that will last generations.
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