The ” CLT courtyard house ” by DPo Architecture was built using prefabricated mass timber CLT panels on a site in Vancouver. The the unique siting allows for dramatic views out toward the scenic city downtown and mountains beyond, but also toward an intimate courtyard formed between the two structures.
This new infill project is tucked between two houses from very different eras. On the left is an original house from the early 1900’s, where one of the clients grew up. On the right is a 1980’s version of the same kind of house.
Shift House sits on a family-friendly street in Vancouver’s down-to-earth east side. Part of a close-knit community, its massing of two distinct ridged elements at once reflects and respects the common architectural silhouette of the neighborhood …
The Creek House project consists of the renovation and addition to a 1950s post and beam house situated within an established forest creekside environment in West Vancouver. Two creeks flow between large mature cedar trees and native plant species …
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.
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.