When you think of large open spaces, wildlife, and lots and lots of trees, you might find yourself in Canada. Known for its deforestation and many types of trees as well as the great sport of hockey, a person can think about what the houses look like.
While many houses are a simple and straightforward design that is plastered almost everywhere in the world, others take a little more time for their artistic creativity. And the designs vary from contemporary to contemporary, depending on where you occasionally look home.
Various creative designs in Canadian architecture are featured on this page. Many of the houses are built to withstand the weather, but it doesn’t stop the designers from being creative in how to showcase their designs.
Mixing wood, stone and modern comforts isn’t always easy, but these homes get it where it needs to be and mix them together perfectly. It makes you feel like you are outside without having to step outside.
Some of them have large windows through which you can enjoy the views of plains, lakes, forests and of course the sunrise and sunset. And who can forget the magnificent view of the stars from some of these houses.
Take a look at the Canadian architecture and see if anything brings up an idea for your next design.
Armada House by KB Design
Blantyre House by Williamson Chong Architects
Cadence Residence by Keith Baker Design
Double High House by Checkwitch Poiron Architects
Dunrobin Shore by Christopher Simmonds Architect
Gatineau Hills by Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc.
House in Kings Cross by BORTOLOTTO
Malbaie VIII residence of MU Architecture
Midori Uchi from Naikoon Contracting & Kerschbaumer Design
Moore Park Residence by Drew Mandel Architects
Russet Residence by Splyce Design
Thorncrest House by Altius Architecture