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Raised “High House” Cabin in Quebec by Delordinaire

Words by Marvin Maddix




This “High House” named after its construction is a small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec. The cabin that has been raised on stilts is clad in white and sits harmoniously in its surroundings featuring large bay windows and exposed wooden interiors to keep the space warm.


“On a cloudy, snowy day, the house blends into the white landscape, almost disappearing, and on a summer day the minimal white structure cuts a clear form against the surrounding green hills,” said the architects.

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