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August 25, 2017 3 min read

Villa Boréale is a unique Scandinavian style cabin in the heart of the Boreale forest in Quebec, Canada. It is situated on a 45,000 sqf plot that is surrounded by 2 small streams, making it a very unique property. Designed by CARGO Architecture it blends the style of Scandinavian properties with a contemporary interpretation of a Quebec cottage and a modern barn. This is an incredibly powerful image nestled among the trees and woodland. It has been clad with a combination of matte black metal and pale white Cedar and has an interior that has been finished in whitewashed walls and polished concrete. This results in a super clean and minimal look that allows it to sit on the secluded site without drowning out the natural beauty surrounding it.

Villa Boréale is a unique Scandinavian style cabin in the heart of the Boreale forest in Quebec, Canada. It is situated on a 45,000 sqf plot that is surrounded by 2 small streams, making it a very unique property. Designed by CARGO Architecture it blends the style of Scandinavian properties with a contemporary interpretation of a Quebec cottage and a modern barn. This is an incredibly powerful image nestled among the trees and woodland. It has been clad with a combination of matte black metal and pale white Cedar and has an interior that has been finished in whitewashed walls and polished concrete. This results in a super clean and minimal look that allows it to sit on the secluded site without drowning out the natural beauty surrounding it.



CARGO Archtecture worked closely with the owners from the beginning, helping to choose a suitable plot and design the house to be in harmony with the environment. This led to some amazing features including the matte black cladding wrapping over onto the roof and a huge sliding door separating the main space with the outside. All of this adds up to really capture the surroundings of the house without overpowering the natural beauty of the location.

CARGO Archtecture worked closely with the owners from the beginning, helping to choose a suitable plot and design the house to be in harmony with the environment. This led to some amazing features including the matte black cladding wrapping over onto the roof and a huge sliding door separating the main space with the outside. All of this adds up to really capture the surroundings of the house without overpowering the natural beauty of the location.



Villa Boréale features a master bedroom on the mezzanine floor, 2 basement bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious living room and a large outside deck constructed from Cedar. With space to sleep up to 14 people and situated just 10 minutes from the slopes of Le Massif this cabin is a snowboarders dream. The best part? You can rent it out for around $2100 a week! This is one cabin that's definitely on our office hit list for next season.

Villa Boréale features a master bedroom on the mezzanine floor, 2 basement bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious living room and a large outside deck constructed from Cedar. With space to sleep up to 14 people and situated just 10 minutes from the slopes of Le Massif this cabin is a snowboarders dream. The best part? You can rent it out for around $2100 a week! This is one cabin that's definitely on our office hit list for next season.



You can see more on Villa Boréale on their website villaboreale.com or follow them on Instagram @villaboreale
You can see more on Villa Boréale on their website villaboreale.com or follow them on Instagram @villaboreale

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