Gallery: Ian MacDonald’s Meadow House Melts Into the Canadian Landscape


Situated one hour’s drive north of Toronto in a rolling pasture, Architect Ian MacDonald‘s Meadow House is a kind of modernist extension of the land. Profiled in Azure Magazine, the contemplative and integrated design is sensitive to its surroundings. The home’s 3000 square feet are neatly tucked below a hill, and the project’s profile is only betrayed by light scoops that rise well above the green roof.

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  1. realspace3d October 15, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    Amazing design, I really like the way the green roof blends in with the surroundings. We love working on these types of projects since they tend to create great renderings

    RealSpace 3D Renders and Animations

  2. joetrainor January 19, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    Inhabitat is my fave architecture-related blog, and one my top blogs overall. I work for a Toronto-area architectural rendering company and love architecture so much I created my own modern architecture blog, focusing on futuristic green buildings and sustainable 21st century architecture. A feed from your blog regularly updates on mine!

    Please check out my blog sometime, your feedback will be appreciated!

    Peace from Toronto,


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