‘Village Architect’ practices ‘Monumental Modesty’

August 24th, 2017 Comments Off on ‘Village Architect’ practices ‘Monumental Modesty’

A recently completed project on Nova Scotia’s southwestern shore. The wood shingle clad building floats above the ground on concrete fin-foundations, protecting itself from the surrounding tidal waters of the Annapolis Basin. Inside, the wood structure is left exposed. Framed views to the historical village center to the east and along the shoreline to the west, enhance one’s experience of the landscape and sense of place.

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