YH2 Architecture studio together with Fraternité-sur-Lac has developed a concept of modern rest houses creation at the fabulous place, namely on the shore of Lac-Supérieur lake at Mont-Tremblant ski resort (Quebec, Canada). The authors of this project offered 7 types of houses with different versions. These are small 2- and 3- story houses of concrete and wood.
The first implemented projects called Spahaus and Trihaus are located on the top of hummock short walk from the lake. Scandinavian interior is integrated with nature in the best way possible. White plastering, polished concrete and wood material fill the space with home warmth and coziness. At the same time open planning, wide panoramic windows, terraces on different levels and natural construction materials create the feeling of integrity and perfect harmony with nature.
Photos by Julien Perron-Gagné & Visionair