The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features a corrugated-metal-clad home in Canada designed by StudioAC. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.
Studio AC has completed a low-impact barn-like home on the Bruce Peninsula near Toronto, disguising it as an agricultural building.
Clad in corrugated metal, the home overlooks a lake in a wooded area called Devil’s Glen.
Readers discussed the project, with one complimenting its “uniformity and reduced palette of materials”, while another said “The plan is efficient, and the view is nice. That’s all I will say.”
Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section included Asif Khan and Theaster Gates’ plans to transform Liverpool Docks, strobe light helmets by Rick Owens that double as sculptural floor lamps and the first flagship Apple Store in India by Foster + Partners.
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