Made up of three distinct yet interconnected houses, Les Voisines blurs the line between shared and private spaces. At the same time, the westernmost house is dedicated to the clients, the easternmost house functions as a rental space that can host up to two families. The middle house seamlessly unites the two, with a shared kitchen, dining area and living room. Meaning ‘The Neighbours’ in French, Les Voisines adopts an unconventional co-living layout. Secluded in the unfrequented forests of Quebec, the home offers a retreat for both inhabiting parties – a space where they can come together while remaining sufficiently apart.