The Esquimalt House by Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses is a multi-functional space, equipped with domestic comforts, a work space and even an area for religious worship.
The home is comfortably nestled on a high slope that offers a panoramic view of Vancouver. The house is reached by casually ambling down a winding path through a scenic orchard, down a set of stairs and across a courtyard pool. The long entryway makes the house deliciously secluded from the busy streets below.
As for the interior, the house is divided into two levels. The ground floor is an open-concept design that's perfect for entertaining large groups of people (whether it be a cocktail party or a meditation session). Meanwhile, the upper level is organized for familial rest and relaxation. Directly adjacent is an independent work study. Ultimately, the house has optimized all areas of life for your convenience.
The Esquimalt House Brings New Meaning to the Word Multi-Purpose
Vasiliki Marapas — May 1, 2014 — Art & Design
References: mcleodbovell & highsnobiety