Modern Pavilion House

VANCOUVER, BC​
SIZE: 5,150 SF
YEAR: 2013

VANCOUVER, BC  |  SIZE: 5,150 SF  |  YEAR: 2013

The client for this contemporary project desired one-level living within a tranquil garden oasis. Divided into two separate wings – living and bedroom – the home is unified by a glass bridge floating over a beautifully landscaped dry stream. Soaring ceilings in the light-filled living space, and the use of materials such as zinc and concrete, combine to create a modern, airy residence for an appreciative client. 

The Design

Notable Features

Transom Glass
Dry Stream to Collect Rainwater
Floating Glass Bridge
Aluminum Windows

Interior

Kitchen / Dining

Exterior

ARCHITECT LAMOUREUX ARCHITECT INC.

The client for this contemporary project desired one-level living within a tranquil garden oasis. Divided into two separate wings – living and bedroom – the home is unified by a glass bridge floating over a beautifully landscaped dry stream. Soaring ceilings in the light-filled living space, and the use of materials such as zinc and concrete, combine to create a modern, airy residence for an appreciative client.

Notable features: transom glass, dry stream to collect rainwater, floating glass bridge, aluminum windows

ARCHITECT LAMOUREUX ARCHITECT INC.