One the most dominant design trends of late is biophilia, which celebrates human interaction with nature, and uses natural materials and plants to bring the outdoors inside. There is perhaps no better place in Canada to experience this design than in the province of Quebec.
“I think Quebec is a very creative province, and there's a lot of creative people who want to express themselves through tangible things,” says Jean–Daniel Petit, co–founder and president at Beside Habitat, a nature–focused property. “And we're starting to realize how privileged we are to have so much nature. We should start taking care of it and giving people more access to it.”
From staying in cabins that power conservation efforts to glamping beside a flourishing farm in summer months, those who love nature and design will have a hard time checking out from these options.