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The existing house had a modern framework, but the rooms were small and enclosed in a more traditional pattern. The open layout and elegant detailing drew inspiration from modern American and Japanese ideas, while a more Mexican tradition provided direction for color layering.
Aidin Mariscal www.immagineint.com
Carbonized bamboo floors provide warmth and ensure durability throughout the home. Large wood windows and doors allow natural light to flood the space. The linear fireplace balances the large ledgestone wall.
Space below bench seats provide storage and house electronics.
Bookcases flank the wall so you can choose a book and nestle in next to the fireplace.
William Foster Photography
Raised ceilings and an open floor plan help unite separate spaces and allow for easy entertaining and living.
Smokey tones of gray, brown, green, and blue blend to create this relaxing yet interested atmosphere. Mixes of textures add style and pattern.
Photography by Devi Pride
Architecture by Anders Lasater Architects. Interior Design and Landscape Design by Exotica Design Group. Photos by Jeri Koegel.
Another view of the living room. The oil painting behind the sofa was commissioned by a local artist from Pender Harbour, Motoko she was inspired by colours of the surrounding landscape in the Springtime. The original Bauhaus sofa and loveseat have been reupholstered in cream coloured velvet .The oil painting in the foreground, above the ottoman was painted by an artist from Victoria , Graham Forsythe, it is entitled 'Tanglewood'. The coffee table is a Noguchi coffee table and the cylindrical resin table between the arm chairs is designed by Martha Sturdy which lights up with LED lights when switched on.
The natural granite rock bluff is enclosed inside the house to provide a sitting surface for playing guitar, hanging out, and watching movies.