Minton Hill House

April 26th, 2011




Designed by De La Riva Architects and photographed by Marc Cramer, this Quebec hilltop house shows a unique balance of an engagement to the environment. Although separated by a wall and glass, the interior to exterior feels connected.

The house is positioned to allow light to stream in during the summer. An overhang also provides welcoming shade while relaxing on the cobblestone and looking over the valley below.

Via The Contemporist









Posted by on 04/26/11 in 1950s, Architecture

3 COMMENTS   »  Leave your Comment

  1. cloud says:

    wow amazing :)

  2. J.Gardner says:

    So much good. Ah.

  3. Iain Laurence says:

    I love the architecture of the 60′s


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