Built in Quebec, Canada, the The Malbaie V residence is a beautiful wood covered home that is more than a picturesque abode. Great care and planning were taken to make this structure functional, as well. The building is made up of two rectangular structures connected together. The roof has a garden built on top of it filled with native plants that helps to insulate the structure. Thanks to the orientation and placement, the house gets permanent natural light all day long. The Malbaie residence is also highly energy efficient and the materials used in its construction were chosen with the idea of sustainability in mind. With its scenic views and charming appearance this is definitely a dream house.







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