Montreal studio Pelletier de Fontenay and architect François Abbott have included a plywood-lined meditation room in one of the three gabled volumes that form this home in Hatley, Quebec.
Photography: James Brittain
The residence comprises three joined, gable roof structures, each oriented differently. It takes inspiration from the local farmhouses and barns of the area, whose steep rooflines help shed snow in the winter, and whose wood-clad facades traditionally used lumber from local trees.
Architects: Pelletier de Fontenay
Location: Quebec, Canada