Located near Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver, this home is the physical translation of visual and sensory comfort. Through the encounter of Scandinavian and West Coast aesthetics, natural materials and bright spaces give birth to an uncomplicated contemporary atmosphere.
Paying high respect to the project's privileged location, the interiors were designed to function as a reflection of their surroundings. To create an interconnected flow between the outside and inside, a series of skylights and windows were enlarged and implemented into the house, flooding rooms with abundant light and framed views of the landscape. Additionally, aiming to recreate the vastness of the natural environment surrounding it, the original walls and partitions were reduced to the very minimum. This allowed for not only the achieved sense of spaciousness found throughout the project but also created a great venue for frequent entertaining.