Though many considered the lot to be unbuildable due to restrictive bylaws in the area, the clients and Measured found it to be the perfect opportunity to nestle a modern yet modest home into the semi-rural environment.
Ema Peter Photography
Ema is the principle of Ema Peter Photography. In the past 8 years she has works with some of the largest architectural, interior design and engineering firms in North America. Ema’s photography has helped many of these firms reach award winning status.
Her images have been published in Architectural Digest, Objekt International, Dwell, Wired, New York Times and many more.
Ema holds a masters degree in art and applied photography from the national academy of theatre and film arts in Sofia Bulgaria as well as a PHD in Photojournalism.
LOCATION: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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The Brick house was a collaboration with a family with four young children. Through discussions with the couple, it became clear that they wanted a clean modern brick house while at the same time it was important that the house encouraged play.
From inception this house had an ambitious brief: create a family home equal parts warm, modern light filled ski cabin that also incorporates the best locally sourced materials, natural fabrics, and leading eco friendly standards and building practices.
The Sooke house, made for a woman and her dog sits on a rocky knoll where the forest meets the sea. A small clearing nested among the trees upon the knoll provides slices of ocean and mountains through the trunks of the large pacific northwest rainforest.
Point Grey Laneway, also known as Miko Laneway house, is a re-imagination of the traditional colonial style laneways proposed by the City of Vancouver’s Laneway program into form based and respectful of the Japanese Canadians that have lived in Vancouver for generations.
Located adjacent to Stanley Park and English Bay, the design of this 1500 SF condo unit was initiated to highlight the west view ‘corridors’ framed by the existing concrete columns.