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Strathcona House, Vancouver / Waissbluth Architecture Office

Situated in one of Vancouver's oldest neighborhoods, this 3,000 sf single-family residence was commissioned for a family with two children who had purchased a 100-year old 3 unit building and wanted to convert it to their long-term home.

Hood Point Residence / PUBLIC Architecture

With breathtaking views of Howe Sound, this Bowen Island home is distinguished by its lush gardens, roof decks, and terraces gently descending to the Salish Sea.

In Between House by RUFproject

The In Between House is situated on a typical Vancouver lot within a post war neighbourhood with a mix of original 1950’s L plan modern bungalows, and post 1990’s infill houses.

Four & Four House / Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses

Situated on a steep waterfront lot flanked by suburban context, the Four & Four House knits together the client’s affinity for mid-century, post-and-beam construction with contemporary adaptations.

Arcana Cabin / Leckie Studio

Arcana Cabin is a movement that bridges the gap between urban life and the wild, and offers innovative, science-backed experiences and educational content to enable people to easily access the restorative powers of nature.

Collingwood Family Home in Vancouver

The Collingwood Family Home is a unique local collaboration between an established practice and an emerging studio to create a living accommodation that is responsive and personal.

The Sea Ranch by Architecture Building Culture

Sea Ranch was designed by Barry McLeod of Barclay McLeod Architect and was completed in 1971. At that time, it was immediately recognized as an important architectural achievement

Coal Harbour Apartment / Haeccity Studio Architecture

The 2,150 square-foot Coal Harbour apartment originally felt much smaller due to a fragmented layout and jarring material palette. Strong, simple gestures resulted in a revised layout that opened up the living area while reconnecting the space with breath-taking views of the mountains, oceans and the city.

Cranley Drive Residence by Architecture Building Culture

The Cranley Drive Residence is a single story house that takes its cue directly from the topography as it climbs the sloping property in four large steps. The design reinterprets many of the hallmarks of West Coast Modernism: a simple roof form, an open-plan layout, planar walls, floor-to-ceiling windows and glazed doors that afford an abundance of natural light and bind the inside with outdoor terraces and views.

Juke Fried Chicken in Vancouver by Ply Architecture

Basic ingredients Juke Fried Chicken - 1 part Justin Tisdall, 1 part Bryan Satterford and 1 part Cord and cozy with attention to detailing the space so that it's as soulful as the food.

A Modern Vancouver House Clad in Cedar Shingles

This modern Vancouver house project seeks to answer this question through an alternative design process for the single-family home typology, as governed by existing land use bylaws of Vancouver.

Rough House by Measured Architecture

The Rough House by Measured Architecture is a single family house and laneway project rooted in the hand-made. With a focus on the relationship of an architect with a boutique building + landscape team

Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect

Chamfer House revisits a post and beam dwelling designed in 1977 by Kevin Borland. It sits within an established garden on Oliver’s Hill, a crucible of late modernism overlooking Port Phillip Bay.

Grade House in East Vancouver by Measured Architecture

Grade House is a family home in Vancouver completed in 2015 by Measured Architecture. Description by Measured Architecture: The Grade House in East Vancouver began...