La Cornette is a gorgeous country house in Quebec, Canada designed for two families to come together on holidays and celebrations. The house's architecture, created by the Montreal-based firm YH2 Architecture, includes a soaring roof that resembles a nun’s cornet wimple that shades the home from the hot summer sun. Large and numerous windows fill the interior with light while bringing each level into direct contact with the naturally uneven pastoral landscape. With the intent of bringing families together to celebrate, it includes unusual sleep quarters, like wall-to-wall beds where people sleep foot-to-foot and overhanging bunk beds. Surrounded by agricultural buildings, La Cornette infuses innovative material use into a traditional morphology. And it takes my breath away.