Wicked witches—the types that live in the woods and trick children into their ovens so that they can cook them into soup, at least—typically live in small, leaning cottages made with bulbous stones and curving roofs. But this is 2016, and there is no reason for a wicked woods witch with modern tastes to have to confine herself to such an outdated type of structure. Not when this A-frame in rural Quebec from Jean Verville Architecte exists. The house, which resembles a witch’s hat, is the perfect hideout the wicked woods witch who is looking to attract and eat children with somewhat elevated tastes.
A woodsy A-frame for the modern wicked witch
Because witches shouldn’t have to live in curving, stone cottages