A hideaway in Quebec is classic cabin vernacular with a modern architectural twist, a stunning hillside cantilever. “We love the sensation of floating amongst the trees that you feel as you look out from the cantilevered second floor,” architect David Dworkind says.
At this contemporary North Carolina home, the main living space, lined in cedar, intersects two bedroom wings clad in Hardie board and juts out over steeply sloping ridge.
A modern addition to a midcentury Montreal home is cantilevered out toward the swimming pool. The extension is clad in anthracide-colored concrete panels that reflect the pool's limestone.
A renovated barn in Beverly Hills was extended and cantilevered toward an oak grove. “There are 125 coast live oaks on the property,” says the architect. “They’re beautiful trees, so why not exploit that?”
The master bedroom perches above the kitchen at this modular family home in Portland, Oregon.