Slide 10: Two Hulls House

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Two Hulls, a steel-framed private home on the Nova Scotia coast, is cantilevered 32 feet out over boulders, reaching toward the sea. Designed by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects, the two pavilions appear to float above the shoreline like two ships’ hulls up on cradles for the winter. The concrete fin foundations allow the sea to flow under the hulls.


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