Simple, unique and beautiful house in the lake wad named “The “Floating House in The Lake Huron”, has been designed by MOS Architects which build in the Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada. The house architecture was combine the typology of a vernacular house, with the shifting site conditions.and ‘not so friendly’ location of this house.
The challenge to build this house is the annual cyclical change which cause the Lake Huron’s water levels to vary drastically depending on seasons, creating in every single year a different situation. a revolutionary solution from the architect are, they make the house float atop a structure of steel pontoons, which allowing it to fluctuate along with the lake.
The “Floating House in The Lake Huron” is very warm and familiar, both the interior living space and exterior space are very nice and cool. A Rain Screen made and fitted on the facade, functioned as ventilation and filter of the light that try to invade the interior space.