Gauthier住宅,加拿大 / Atelier Barda



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▼建筑外貌,exterior view

The lot is located on a rocky hill covered with spruce and birch. It is bounded to the east by the main road and to the west by the owners’ horse farm. The clients wanted a volume with views largely oriented towards the horses’ riding arena below. At the same time, they wanted to take advantage of the intimacy created by the topography of the lot. The forested berm between the road and house creates a visual filter, allowing a sequential progression towards the building. The volume is not visible from the main road below, but gradually emerges, culminating in the imposing facade of opaque brick with a single off-centred arch. This is the main entrance to the house.

▼建筑外貌,exterior view


Orgazination and perceptual narrative

业主对美国极简主义艺术风格的热爱和她的制陶工作室,直接影响了该建筑的平面规划,室内空间的相互作用和其内在联系。设计师以欧式马房和养马场为设计参考 ,将建筑以不对称的V型平面进行规划,其两侧分别连接日常生活区域,和车库及业主的制陶工作室。

The client’s marked interest in American minimalist painters, along with the presence of her ceramics studio, influenced the composition of the floor plan and the interconnection of simple geometric shapes in the design of the interior volumes. European stables and horse-breeding centres were among the references explored during the initial design phase. The house is designed in an asymmetrical V plan to connect two distinct areas: a wing for the garage and the client’s ceramics studio, and a wing for the common living areas.

▼建筑模型,the model



The various spaces are interconnected in such a way as to create a perceptual narrative for users and visitors, who experience alternating sensations of compression and expansion. The sensorial presence of simple raw materials (brick, lime, oiled oak) helps to create a tranquil atmosphere. From the entrance arch, the sequence marks a division between the service areas, the artist’s studio, and the more intimate family space. The curved corridor forms a threshold between the two wings. Its lowered ceiling produces a sensation of darkening and narrowing, which starkly contrasts with the expansive volume and light of the main room at the end (interesting chiaroscuro effect).

▼入口拱券,the entrance arch


▼接建筑两翼的拱廊,the curved corridor forms a threshold between the two wings



Here, high, inclined ceilings are divided by two vertical veils that partition the kitchen, dining room and living room without compartmentalizing the volume.


▼厨房与餐厅,kitchen and dining space

▼天然材料的使用为空间增加一丝平和之感,the sensorial presence of simple raw materials helps to create a tranquil atmosphere



Proportions and materiality of the void


Wide, yet relatively low openings carefully frame the views towards the horses’ arena. The varying proportions create an interesting tension between the interior volume and the landscape. Vast skylights oriented towards the east direct light towards the lime-covered vertical veils and also permit natural ventilation of the main volume. These hollow volumes create a bright, luminous atmosphere, lending a sacred quality to the space.

▼采光井带来室内通风和采光,the light cannon brings natural ventilation and light



The inclined surfaces of the faceted ceiling, combined with the vertical veils and light cannons, lend the void sculptural qualities usually associated with solid space. The materiality of the void gives body to the volume. Separated from the living area by a thick dividing wall, the bedrooms and the bathroom are organized within the fold of the V-shaped volume of the house, creating an intimate, introspective ambiance.

▼多面天花板,the faceted ceiling


▼艺术家工作室,the artist’s studio


The variety of interior spaces contrasts with the apparent simplicity of the exterior volume. The massive roof rests on a seven-foot brick base. The geometries converse with the impressive body of the existing farm, at the same time making their mark in the natural surroundings. The asymmetrical volume, enveloping form, chiaroscuro effect of the curved corridor, shadows, margins, thresholds, voids, and raw materials allow the unique atmosphere of the place to emerge without concealing the structural logic of the house.

▼极简主义外貌,the geometric exterior

Location: Mont-Tremblant, Canada
Completion date: December 2017
Surface area: 3,500 sq. ft.
Photo credit: Maxime Desbiens and Juliette Busch

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