This house is hard to see against the fir tree-lined coast of an island in British Columbia, Canada, despite spanning 4,500 square feet.
The home, Tula House, was built on Quadra Island, a remote island in the Strait of Georgia, between 2006 and 2012.
“Tula House reflects the casual irregularity of the site’s rock ledges, beach, and forest in both its geometric and spatial order,” said the architects, Patkau Architects.
The home’s walls are covered with charcoal-colored cement panels, “so that from a distance the house visually recedes into the dark forest,” the architects said.
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