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Nestled in a forest of Quebec lies the M.o.r.e. Cabin, a remarkable example of sustainable architecture and design. This incredible Cabin is built with low-waste cross-laminated timber, giving it a unique and aesthetically pleasing look.
To preserve the native flora and prevent disruption to the land, the M.o.r.e Cabin is perched on a steel mast cantilevering over a hillside, offering magnificent views of the lake from every angle. The mast stands firm due to one single concrete footing, reducing both its need for concrete and its carbon footprint significantly – plus, it's even equipped with bat bods to provide shelter for endangered brown bats! Operating entirely off-grid, this awe-inspiring abode is powered by solar units and uses breezes for cooling as well as cross-ventilation; while providing maximum efficiency, a high-efficiency "green carbon" wood stove provides warmth throughout the house all year round. Thanks to this incredible design, living sustainably in the woods has never been easier or more elegant.