This is some hardcore, high-end architecture porn right here: a custom built coffee table built to store away a trio of larger home entertainment devices, with a surprise flip-up feature...
The coffee table flips up to reveal a modest size flat panel display mounted onto the underside. A true hideaway home theater which solves the decor dilemma of incorporating a set into the rest of the room.
Seating area view, also showing back of table venting/subwoofer.
Built on the slope of a small hill, La Cornette is a country house open to the pastoral landscape that surrounds it. Under a soaring roof resembling a nun's cornet wimple is a roomy dwelling modelled on traditional Quebec houses of old that lodged large families and their relatives. This house for celebrations and holidays, designed for two families, is set into the naturally uneven terrain in a way that brings each level into direct contact with the surrounding natural environment. It offers a resting place for all guests under its large gable in a series of bedrooms and unusual sleeping areas.
(Photos: YH2 Architecture)