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Glenview House – Renovation of a Mid 50′s House

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Office of mcfarlane biggar (omb) recently have completed Glenview House in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Description by omb: The Glenview House is a renovation of a mid 50′s post and beam house perched on the ravine edge of Mosquito Creek in North Vancouver. Designed for a young family of four, the design respects the inherent simplicity of the original house and capitalizes on its strong structural logic to frame the reorganization of the interior spaces, opening them up and bringing light in, resulting in a timeless home suited to a contemporary lifestyle. This project was completed by omb’s predecessor firm McFarlane | Green | Biggar Architecture + Design.

Architects: office of mcfarlane biggar
Location: North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Area 195 mp

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