Rural landscapes are changing constantly. Modern houses rise on the spots where not long ago, only the occasional tree would break the monotony. La Cornette, an amazing contemporary residence constructed in Quebec, Canada, is a splendid rural dwelling built for two families on a 2000 sqm terrain. Designed by YH2 Architecture, the residence has an uncommon roof, resembling a nun’s cornet wimple. Alongside the bands of horizontal windows displayed on the facade, the house offers beautiful panoramas of the surroundings from each angle. Modern, made-to-measure furniture completes the interior design, while the wood used all throughout the house keeps the rural feeling alive.