A great living space architecture design which called the Bridge House is completed designed by the architect MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects. This living space design is designed in Nova Scotia, Canada. The living space design is designed for a former student of Brian MacKay –Lyons. This living space project is precisely situated between the two gigantic boulders and a ravine. The composition of the house, boulders and a ravine sit amidst a heavily wooded area in Nova Scotia.
The two boulders are connected by this bridge house. On the underside of the bridge, a granny suite is existing on it. The early works of the firm is heavily inspiring this living space design. It is including House #22 and the experiment at the Ghost Lab. A MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects trademark has becoming the light rustic boxes which become the evening lanterns. A very generous portion of the outdoor space, the two porches which form the entry spaces on the ends of the house. The grand double storey outdoor space acts as the social hub of the living space. View, permanent and the materiality are the primary elements of this living space.
This mostly wooden construction living space architecture design has much incredible scenery around it; it is because this living space construction is located in the side of a lake. A small port is the only access to the real world! Those panoramic views are achieved by the many windows which are designed by the architect. On the bridge area, this area is designed as the semi open area where the lake wind can freely pass this living space. It’s a perfect weekend retreat architecture design.
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Photography by Greg Richardson