Enclosed by a Hemlock forest in Quebec, Canada, is a cabin for a couple of young experts and their two children. Designed by architect Jean Verville, the cabin is tucked away on a slightly sloped lot. Surface steps lead down to a terrace that’s covered by the cantilevered overhang. The overhanging exterior ceiling and lighting flow through to the interior. On the main living level, there’s a kitchen, dining room, and lounge. There’s also a bright red space that’s designated for hanging up coats and taking off boots.