Where the Gulf of St. Lawrence meets the Atlantic is the island of Fogo, a rare gem of global geography. Here rock meets water, frost meets grass, and the surrounding mists offer little evidence of a barrier between sky and sea. The architects a Bent Rene'Synnevåg claimed a section of the island in this facility,
one of the most advanced and progressive works of modern architecture. This corner mansion rises above craggy rocks and a restless sea, a duo that meet to form one of Canada's most barren and beautiful landscapes. In every direction, a new and unique landscape meets the eyes of visitors, a panorama that appears almost alien to its very lucky guests.