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Christina Gray's Rocky Top in Canada

Gray’s house in the woods is elevated by wooden pilotis

This 55m2 house in the woods is constructed on wooden pilotis that rest on wooden cylinders. From the ground floor a long window cuts through the cabin offering rich views out into the natural surroundings. These typical suggestions of Le Corbusier have found a new means of appreciation in a natural wooded setting.

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Architects: Christina Gray and Jonathan Reed

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