Geodesic domes blend harmoniously with Québec forest

Set on a wooden patio, the Dômes Charlevoix is an eco-luxurious accommodation in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Qué. Photo © Maxime Valsan
Set on a wooden patio, the Dômes Charlevoix is an eco-luxurious accommodation in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Qué.
Photo © Maxime Valsan

Designed by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects, the Dômes Charlevoix is a new concept of four seasons, eco-luxurious accommodations located in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Qué.

The three geodesic domes, the first phase of a larger tourist project, blend harmoniously with the landscape. Each one is located on the mountain side and perfectly integrated to the landscape.

They can be accessed via a path through the trees from a common parking lot at the entrance. The dome is set on a wooden patio and houses a spa overlooking the natural setting. The south-facing windowed area offers a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River and maximizes exposure to natural light.

The concrete floor adds a touch of comfort and helps maintain a uniform temperature inside the domes.

The grey canvas and the fireplace create a warm and cozy atmosphere. A black streamlined service area is set in the centre. In the volume are concealed a kitchen, main bed, and a bathroom.

A boat staircase leads to a second bed above the service area.

The Dômes Charlevoix is an invitation to experience luxury in the mountains, in harmony with nature and its elements.

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