Perched along the Canadian shoreline of Lac Supérieur, within Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains, this modern cabin is a hidden gem sitting atop bedrock while overlooking both lake and mountain.
Covered by a slanted white cedar roof, and constructed out of timber, metal and glass, this wooden cabin sits on polished concrete that is also exposed indoors, making the indoor and outdoor spaces appear nearly seamless through the massive glass walls.
Make your way through the elongated hallway wrapped in wood and windows, which is also a part of the kitchen, and find yourself nestled against the warmth of a fireplace in the living room – stacked with stunning views.
Within this area, the cedar roof is also exposed, creating a rustic appeal while blending into some of the walls and flooring as well. Meanwhile the stairwell climbs up alongside a large floor-to-ceiling window, and this theme continues on the upper floor with bedrooms and bathrooms drenched in natural light, wood accents, glass partitions and a patio to enjoy the outdoors, unencumbered by walls or windows.
At well over 3000 square feet, this wooden wonder takes flight with natural allure and wide-open spaces – just as its outer Canadian vistas boasts of as well.
Photography: David Marien-Landry