Canadian architecture studio Atelier l'Abri has crafted a collection of A-Frame structures for the Farouche Tremblant agrotourism site in Québec's Mon-Tremblant National Park.
Designed to seamlessly integrate into the natural landscape, the site features a café, farm and rental four micro-cabins.
The micro-cabins feature steep cedar-shingled roofs that extend to form sloping walls, each accommodating a king bed, sofa and gas stove. Connected by a winding path, outdoor decks and glazed gable ends allow visitors to engage with the surroundings.
The charcoal-roofed café, inspired by local farm structures, boasts timber-clad walls, a cathedral ceiling and a mezzanine level.
Designed for minimal environmental impact, the cabins sit atop steel piles without cement foundations.