The Gatineau Hills Residence, Embraced By Nature

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Here’s a lovely masterpiece that I’ve stumbled upon today and it left me deeply impressed by its architectural beauty that matches perfectly with its great surroundings. The Gatineau Hills residence is a project completed by Christopher Simmons and is located on the hills North of Ottawa, in Quebec, Canada. Its design is a mixture between wood and glass that helps this lovely home blend in nicely with the beautiful nature that embraces it.

The exterior consists in white cement boards and glass on the first floor and reclaimed wood on the second. The woody apparel defines the interior of the house, thus matching its exterior, being in complete harmony with the near-by vegetation. The oak floors are also a nice addition, matching perfectly with the white, stylish furnishing and other wooden elements. The spacious rooms from the first floor seem to be even larger, as a lot of natural light is welcomed inside through the big glass openings. The gorgeous surroundings also reveal their beauty, making the pretty interior feel a little bit jealous when your eyes move away from it for admiring something much more impressive.
The residence also features a concrete pool, which is the final accessory needed for having a real dream home.

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