Halifax based Canadian architecture firm MacKay Lyons Sweetapple Architects have brought their maritime roots to the Two Hulls House located in Port Mouton, a small town in southwestern Queens, Nova Scotia.
This ship inspired coastal home features two timber “hulls,” raised on a pair of concrete piers, cantilevered over the beach and overlooking the oceanfront lapping at its feet.
The nautical look and feel of the house is in perfect harmony with this sweet spot of water, wind, and open blue sky as far as the eye can see. If you can manage to tear yourself away from the stunning scenery, here’s a tour of this equally impressive house design. Visit Trendir for more details.
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