Modern Home in Canada has Amazing Views of the Pacific Ocean
Nov 09, 2013 08:16
With a beautiful 270 degree view of the Pacific Ocean as its backdrop, this design by Mehran Mansouri was built by Dcube Construction ltd. The modern residence in West Vancouver, BC, provides 2,000-square feet of warm living space for its owners.
The entrance to this home meets an open layout with the fireplace parallel to the entrance. Three bedrooms on the second floor also boast open layouts: “The goal we hoped to achieve was to fade the ideology that modern homes are too cold, and help people visualize how they can be quite the opposite in fact. One of the most important features to us was to build a private deck for the owners. Hence why you will find a private 1000-sq.ft. deck overlooking the water with entrances from all three bedrooms on the second floor“, explained the architects.
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