A team of experts from Alain Carle Architecte have designed and built a sublime, contemporary residence in Wentworth, Quebec, Canada in 2014. Boasting a mix of sharp edges and angles as well as curvy shapes, the building is as impressive on the inside as it is on the outside, and it was created with sustainability and comfort in mind. The owners are a young family with two children, and so the architects had to make sure that each family member would be able to enjoy his own living quarters.
One of the most impressive social areas is the kitchen, which is flanked by a small greenhouse. Therefore, apart from supplying itself with recycled energy, the residence also provides fresh fruit and vegetables for consumption. Dubbed La Héronnière, the abode flaunts a minimalistic yet functional interior design that includes spacious, well-lit living areas as well contemporary furnishings and decorations. The different levels are connected by an interior staircase, which features seemingly floating wooden steps.