Curbed contributor Asad Syrkett tours a contemporary take on a woodsy cabin, designed by Montreal-based architect Paul Bernier.

The cedar-clad house, nestled within a grove of trees and located 90 miles north of Montréal occupies a zig-zag footprint and features polished concrete floors and a green roof.

The interiors, too, contribute to the out-of-this-world vibe: light glints off polished concrete floors in the open-plan common areas and reflects onto whitewashed walls and faceted custom cabinetry (like the rad kitchen island). Picture windows let sun in in abundance and offers views of nearby Lake Grenier, for which the house is named.

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