D’Arcy Jones Architecture's 430 House project revamps an Vancouver home from the 80s. Creating an urban cottage, the design studio transformed an outdated residence into an interior that is both contemporary and cozy in its look.
Clean and crisp finishes can be found throughout 430 House and include natural wood and stone materials. This abode boasts an abundance of linear elements and embodies a simple aesthetic.
Though minimalist in its design, this Vancouver home doesn't lose its sense of coziness and comfort. The home's warm wood materials create a cozy and serene environment for its inhabitants while its open concept and large windows result in an abundance of natural light within every corner of the renovated home.
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