This project was a major renovation to a 200 square metre waterfront property originally built in 1965. The main concept was to open up the entire upper level to create a seamless flow from front to back of the space
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 on a large lot in the West Point Grey area of Vancouver, this five bedroom, three level home sits atop a hill and maximizes views of the city and the surrounding landscape.
An old world-inspired establishment, Caffè La Tana is styled after the Italian alimentari: a small, neighbourhood gathering place serving pastries and simple meals; brewing strong, Italian style espresso
Yew Street House is a traditional Vancouver house that was renovated to suit aging in place. The project was executed as a collaboration between Vancouver design firm Campos Studio and Toronto based industrial designer Tom Chung.
Step House is set near Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver, a green sanctuary for an extended family in search of a new beginning. Step House is a haven for a family searching for a new beginning.