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Posted by on May 6, 2011 in Architecture | 0 comments

The combination of wood and stone house by Marc Boutin

Building with nearly most of it made of wood and stone was designed by Canadian architect is Marc Bountin. The resulting combination of both components has created a house with high architectural value is supported by the views of the rocky mountains in the central city that leads to the west. “The design using stone cladding on the main level as an important conceptual cue that integrate landscape into the interior space of the house. This is done through the extension of the landscape architecture. The wall rock contains defining exterior space that provides homes with varying degrees of privacy and convenience. On two floors encased stained wood, glass and sun shade features to support the passive solar gain and natural lighting and greenhouse ventilation

The combination of wood and stone house by Marc Boutin via – freshome