Surrounded by a Hemlock forest in Quebec, Canada, is a cabin for a couple of young professionals and their two children. Designed by architect Jean Verville, the cabin is tucked away into a slightly sloped lot. Exterior steps lead down to a terrace that’s covered by the cantilevered overhang. The overhanging exterior ceiling and lighting flows 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. The kitchen has been kept simple, and a shelf along the wall hides additional lighting. Behind the kitchen are the stairs that lead to the upper floors. The parents bedroom and bathroom both have large windows that let plenty of natural light in and frame the surrounding forest. The kids bedroom has a lofted play space that’s reached via the shelves that also double as a ladder. In the attic there is plenty of space for the children to play.