Garden Villa

VANCOUVER, BC​
SIZE: 10,500 SF
YEAR: 2003

VANCOUVER, BC  |  SIZE: 10,500 SF  |  YEAR: 2003

Situated on a one-acre property at the University Endowment Lands in Vancouver, this residence was designed to take advantage of panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, North Shore Mountains, and a rear garden landscape. The home was conceived as a contemporary villa for a family seeking a balance between privacy and a life of entertaining. The architecture and landscape combine to create a home where spaces flow easily from inside to out, and natural light is captured through the interior by way of expansive glass doors, windows, and skylights. 

The Design

Notable Features

Parterre gardens, curved barrel-vaulted ceilings, white limestone, birdseye maple millwork, custom-designed furniture by LAI

Interior

Kitchen

Living Space

Exterior

ARCHITECT LAMOUREUX ARCHITECT INC.

Situated on a one-acre property at the University Endowment Lands in Vancouver, this residence was designed to take advantage of panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, North Shore Mountains, and a rear garden landscape. The home was conceived as a contemporary villa for a family seeking a balance between privacy and a life of entertaining. The architecture and landscape combine to create a home where spaces flow easily from inside to out, and natural light is captured through the interior by way of expansive glass doors, windows, and skylights.

Notable features: parterre gardens, curved barrel-vaulted ceilings, white limestone, birdseye maple millwork, custom-designed furniture by LAI

ARCHITECT LAMOUREUX ARCHITECT INC.