Pond Inlet Home – Nunavut


Photo: Cynthia Hathaway

“Richard Carbonnier’s home is impossible to miss. It looks like a trio of conjoined soup cans, balanced on pilings on a hillside in the Nunavut hamlet of Pond Inlet. The Montreal-born architect spent the past four years single-handedly building his tube house to suit – and tread lightly on – the polar environment.”

Read more about the “The tundra tube, an architect builds his very own pipe-dream”

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