The Malbaie VIII Residence in the Charlevoix region in Quebec, Canada is a brand new interpretation of placing the essence of modernity in a traditional barn. The MU Architecture designed residence is wrapped in metal clads for its roof and sides. It is also coated with white cedar planks. It comes with a design that makes it look as if its metal skin has been stripped off to show its interiors.
The ground level of the unique residence renders any guests an ambiance that resembles that of being in a spa with its complete wood covering. Some of its other elements act as perfect contrast and accents including the staircase rail made in raw, hot rolled steel.
The living spaces also offer an amazing view of the forest and the rest of its surrounding areas. Its ceiling will remind you of an impressive cathedral with a fireplace fixed in the center of the home.