OLD AND NEW IN A RENOVATED VANCOUVER HOUSE

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I hope you all have had a wonderful Christmas! Today it is back to business with this beautiful home in Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver (Canada). The house, which has been renovated by Canadian architects Scott & Scott, was originally constructed in the 1950s and was in need of a modern facelift. The client, as well as the architect, has a wish to use natural materials that are finished traditionally. The result is a beautiful combination of old and new and of traditional and modern.

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2 Responses to OLD AND NEW IN A RENOVATED VANCOUVER HOUSE

  1. Hi! Where is the wooden chair from? (The one with the sheepskin throw on it!)

  2. A home renovation can require a client to make difficult decisions. One of these difficult decisions is whether to remove a wall and if that wall can be removed. The removal of a wall within a space can be costly as there is the possibility of unexpected costs.You have interesting blog.Thanks!

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