Asian Contemporary Residence, West Vancouver

Architect: Brian Hemingway

This house is long and linear and built on rocky outcroppings that cascade down to the sea. All rooms are accessed by a 160ft long sky-lit spine at the rear, and have magnificent ocean views. Rift sawn Douglas Fir doors, windows, columns, and millwork were all produced in the Calrudd millwork shop. It was the recipient of the Lt. Governor of B.C’s. Gold Medal in Architecture and was featured in Architectural Digest, Western Living and The Canadian Architect. It was also used as a set in the movie “Stake Out”.

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