Designed by Lamoureux Architect, this contemporary “rancher” home combines two infill lots creating beautiful public and private spaces connected via a glass bridge. The landscaping features native BC plantings which softens the modern concrete architecture style.
A unique steel-roof design appears to be floating above the home, perched on columns. Inside the centrally-located inverted cedar-wood faced barrel-vault ceiling is visually interesting and calming. Perimeter clerestory windows further support the airy look, bringing in the natural light.
Remote-powered window blinds are carefully concealed in pockets created within the roof package.
Two bedrooms, each with an ensuite are efficiently located in same wing as laundry room.
The architectural design of the kitchen light-canopy defines the open kitchen space and island.
Custom Cabinetry flows from ceiling to floor including wrapping the end wall, and continues around the corner into the Butler’s pantry. An adjacent nook features banquette seating and a home media centre. The entire back window-wall slides away, creating a smooth transition to the outdoor space.