Situated on a 16-acre farm on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada, this single-level home extends 276 feet along a straight line of fir trees. Against this natural backdrop of dark green foliage, the house – clad in fiber-cement panels of a dark charcoal color – is almost invisible.
Spacious and filled with natural light, the residence boasts large sliding windows and no less than 40 skylights that ensure a permanent brightness of the interiors. It was built by Patkau Architects from Vancouver, Canada. See more in the pictures below.