* Residential Architecture: Les Terrasses Cap-á-l’aigle: Where Architecture and Nature Connect by MU Architecture
Posted by the editors on Thursday, 7 June 2012
Residential Architecture: Les Terrasses Cap-á-l’aigle: Where Architecture and Nature Connect by MU Architecture: “..residential development project that unites nature and architecture to provide a haven of peace and rejuvenation..With respect for the environment and the desire to harmonize with nature as the driving forces behind the project..Their simple, minimalist design, in direct contrast with the surrounding wilderness, enhances the beauty of the physical landscape..” Despite an example of, perhaps, how not to write an architect’s project description, waxing far too “marketing hype” for our preferences, the image illustrates a home with many attractive and interesting elements: green roof, simple architectural form, contextual and material sensibility, ample glazing, views, nature..
See our post on another home by MU Architecture: Residential Architecture: Malbaie VI Maree Basse House by MU Architecture.
image: © Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard; article: Jett , Megan . “Les Terrasses Cap-á-l’aigle: Where Architecture and Nature Connect / MU Architecture” 22 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/185626>