A new 3200 square foot country ranch for an equestrian family, located in a tranquil setting ideal for humans, horses, and many dogs. The project features an exposed heavy timber truss roof, open concept living
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.
The Tula House reflects the casual irregularity of the sites rock ledges, beach, and forest in both its geometric and spatial order. The topography of the site is highly irregular; the prospects diverse.
Architects: AGATHOM Co. Project: Rainforest Retreat Location: Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada Photography: Steven Evans Located on the coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, this small dwelling provides the client with a retreat to call home, and an art studio in which to work. The Rainforest retreat is nestled in tall woods, allowing for intimate, […]
Architects: BattersbyHowat Architects Project: New Westminster house Location: New Westminster, BC, Canada Area: 279 sqm Photography: Tom Arban Located on a hillside overlooking the river in New Westminster, BC, Canada, this 3000 square foot home has an L-shaped configuration. This New Westminster house was completed by Vancouver-based BattersbyHowat Architects. The street façade is enigmatic and […]
Designed by Measured Architecture, the White Lodge was conceived and created as a gathering space. A place of reprieve, nestled into its wooded Whistler site, it allows for a family to be together, sequestered from the pull of their daily lives