Pack up your things, because in a few seconds you will see a residence that has every other house beneath it. The Grands Jardins by Bourgeois Lechasseur Architectes is an amazing place that combines natural frugality with sublime luxury.
This fantastic two-storey house is situated on the hillside in a small town in Canada. Thanks to its location and large glassed-in panes, residents can admire the gorgeous view over the surroundings and enjoy plenty of natural light penetrating the inside during the day. The impression of lightsomeness is amplified by clean white elevation of the building as well as sparse furniture arrangement of the interior.
Space distribution is equally important as Grands Jardins features only a few withdrawn rooms. The rest is open and coalesces seamslessly throughout the interior, creating a vast living space that allows for proper air ventilation and unrestricted movement.
Speaking of interior, it was designed to follow the style of the exterior. While some walls were painted white, others were covered in dark wood, just like the space between the windows on the outside of the house. The bathroom was intrograted into one of the living chambers and offers a spectacular view.
Had we lived in a house like the Grands Jardis, we would most likely never leave it. It most definitely is wonderful place to live.