The 9,500-square-foot structure features the juxtaposition of concrete and wood, improbable forms, and generous glazing, resulting in a sculptural residence that still complements the dense foliage of its surroundings.
“It’s a very discreet intervention, but filled with complex technical design features and transformations that are only revealed inside the envelope.”
Two chimneys on each side support cantilevered living areas and the roof as if the home has two legs that it is standing on in the woods.
See the homes featured in this year’s West Coast Modern Home Tour.
Overall winners and the “Best of the Best” in Canada.