New Brunswick Vacation by Acre Architects


Architectural Record shared the story of the Sheds of Charlotte County, a residence in New Brunswick, Canada, perched over the Bay of Fundy. The name stems from the home’s three separated “sheds” which help it feel more segmented and not so large – one shed contains the kitchen, dining and living rooms, one is for the master and guest bedrooms, and the third houses the guest cottage.

The natural elements of the home connect it to the outdoors. Cedar planks cover the walls and ceiling in one shed. Spruce makes up the interior of the guest house. The view of the bay further brings the outdoors in, made possible by floor-to-ceiling Marvin windows.