Measured Architecture faced the ambitious challenge of maintaining the historical values of a private home in Vancouver, updated to be both modern and functional in its architecture and in its indoor/outdoor furnishings. Old and new coexist in this exceptional project through the harmony of contrasts. Even the RODA garden furniture has been 'camouflaged' in the context, with its contemporary lines and sober tones in perfect harmony with the colours of the building’s facades and cladding. The choice of finishes and materials of RODA outdoor tables, chairs and sunbeds, such as aluminium, steel and sintered stone, followed the construction principles of green building applied to the project, aimed at preserving the romantic and historic architecture, the refined landscape and the quality of life of its occupants.
Project: Measured Architecture Inc. / Landscape Architect: Paul Sangha Creative
Photo: Ema Peter