McLeod Bovell Modern Houses’ Liminal House project site straddles the interstice between a suburban residential neighbourhood and West Vancouver’s natural stony seashore. Positioned on an expanded border between land and sea, the building form references the creatures that occupy this interstitial territory
Concrete and Center Parcs present the Center Parcs Cottage, a place to gather in the heart of nature in Parc Bispinger Heide in Germany. Center Parcs, renowned for its family-friendly holiday parks in the heart of nature, aimed to enhance its offerings for a broader audience
Gordon & Hildred Goetschel House design by renowned architect Ray Kappe FAIA in 1954 was sold for $2,550,000. This iconic California residence at Mesa Lila, USA, showcases his early explorations into spatial expansion. The Los Angeles architectural gem seamlessly connecting inhabitants to nature and distant vistas
Eppich House II by celebrated Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, is on the market in West Vancouver’s British Properties for $12.8 million. This year marks the home’s 35th anniversary, having been designed in 1979 and completed in 1988.
West Coast Modern searches for buyer to save last remaining Fred Hollingsworth-designed Flying Arrow House in Edgemont Village, Vancouver. One of only six Flying Arrow houses ever built, the modest, efficiently designed, post-and-beam home was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian design
This is the first ground-oriented Montiverdi Estates in West Vancouver, home to hit the market in over a decade. Montiverdi Estates was designed by Arthur Erickson as a “residential park” with each of the 20 homes being carefully integrated into the natural setting. Modelled after his famous Smith House
Public tours of a newly-restored Salvation Army shelter in Paris designed by Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret start in April. The tour guides for the 11-storey building, known as the Cité de Refuge, will be the residents of the building themselves who have been trained by the Fondation Le Corbusier.