Le Pine is a home located in Cap-d’Oper, Quebec, Canada. It was built in 2012 and it was designed by Mu Architecture. The building covers an area of 1,830 square feet and it impresses on multiple levels, one of which includes its outdoor areas.
The exterior is sleek and sophisticated and the interior is bright and open. The most interesting aspect here is the fact that, due to the nature of the house and its triangular shape, the interior is vast and narrow and almost without being seen from above. This is because of its spacious and open interior. The stairwell is see through and has a rectangular glass wall that allows it to be semi-transparent with all the décor. It was particularly important to include a fireplace in this design, in order to create the right atmosphere.
The open floor plan features a modern kitchen, a dining area and a living zone. The kitchen is white and spacious, with large windows that offer it panoramic views. The dining area has a six-metre long table and an elegant hanging light fixture. The atmosphere in here is inviting and relaxed and it harmoniously complements the décor.