The Sliding House on Canada’s coast, look unusually beautiful, and is designed in 1,700 square feet by architect Brian Mackay-Lyons and creative directors David Peters and Rhonda Rubenste. MacKay Lyons has international reputation for high-end designs. The designer and architect’s delivery and complexity in designs in Atlantic Canada has global recognition which has led to a transition in his architectural approach. MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Limited has received many international accolades for its focuses on design excellence. His graceful designing is a cultural land marks.
The sliding house with outside unusual look has a slant of eight degree, which is viewing the expansive sea. The interiors are beautifully designed with eye catching decorations. The exterior is covered in industrial metal, aluminium folded into ridges in its exterior. A thick north service wall containing stairs, area near a fireplace, kitchen, , baths, and storage protects the house as a main shield to cold wind blowing from the north. The sophisticated interior has the finish of poplar hardwood and decorated impeccably with furniture, high end appliances and modern lighting.
Depending on the season, You can relax yourself engaging in activities like fishing, , sailing, golfing, horseback riding, whale-watching, listening to music and festivals. Such housed are available on weekly rent basis with large master bedroom well equipped kitchen, fireplace, internet access of high speed, TV, and DVD player. They are set in Upper Kingsberg in Canada with weekly rates of $1800 and it would cost $2250 from end of June to end of August. Those who are interested in renting can visit the site for information, contact David Peters.