Extensive Renovations to Existing 1960’s Vancouver Family House

Extensive Renovations to Existing 1960's Vancouver Family HouseArchitects: Scott Posno Design
Project: Extensive Renovations Adera House
Styling: Laura Melling
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Photography: silentSama architectural photography

This family house was designed by Scott Posno Design while maintaining a vintage style like the 60s. Main floor interior walls were removed to create an open concept plan. New features include a huge marble kitchen island and new hanging steel fireplace.

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