The NORDIK house is part of the OXYGEN ST-CÔME domain, the only LEED-certified eco-energetic chalet domain in North America with direct “ski-in/ski-out” access to the slopes of Mont Saint-Côme. The beautiful homes in this real estate project blend perfectly with the enchanting surroundings of Saint-Côme in the Lanaudière region.

Inspired by Scandinavian and contemporary design, the NORDIK is one of the four models designed by Maryse Leduc Architect, a pioneer in ecological architecture in Quebec.

With incomparable eco-energetic performance, this passive solar residence is built with durable, local, ecological materials for a healthy and sustainable living environment. Triple glass, superior insulation without thermal bridges, metal roofing, wood siding, geothermal heating, high-performance equipment, diamond-polished hot water radiant floor; everything has been carefully considered to contribute to comfort and well-being as well as profitability and minimal energy footprint. The compact but highly functional space opens up and extends into the surrounding nature. An integrated shed outside allows for the storage of outdoor equipment.

The Zen and minimalist spirit of this house leaves room for intimacy and is meant to be a warm and festive family haven, promoting relaxation, health, and well-being with its steam shower with chromotherapy, brightness, simplicity, natural materials, and increased comfort. The upstairs bedroom and mezzanine benefit from a pleasant natural lighting.

The NORDIK is a cocoon bathed in light that blends perfectly with its environment.

Its timeless style, both exterior and interior, gives it a sense of durability, longevity, and belonging, due to the local origin of materials and artisans. The 1472 square foot house can accommodate up to 10 people with its 3 bedrooms and mezzanine.