Design by M4 Architecture | Photos by Builder Nick Dignard
An A-frame cabin in Le Maelstrom
surveys surrounding mountains from the top of Mont Tourbillon, just outside Quebec. After a day bike riding, climbing and snowshoeing, you can enjoy a 290 degree sunset view.
The main floor
interior is one combined living, dining and kitchen area with large sliding glass doors designed to always feel as though you’re outside.
The second floor
has two bedrooms and an en suite bath. The bunks are tucked into cozy nooks, and every room has an incredible view.
The cabin is off-grid, powered by solar panels. It’s important to manage energy to use only what’s available.
The best part is
anyone can visit - it’s available for rent on Airbnb!
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