Canadian firm Robitaille Curtis has completed a cabin in the Laurentian Mountains that sits atop wooden pilotis, enabling melting snow to flow under the home (+ slideshow). Called the Laurentian Ski Chalet, the home is located near the Quebecois village of Saint-Donat. It was built on a steep hill that formerly served as a ski…

a través de Robitaille Curtis perches a ski chalet on a steep slope in Quebec — Dezeen


About the Author Roberth Jordan

Arquitecto especializado en diseño de negocios dedicado al Urban Sketch

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