Striking timber FINS create a sense of mystery to this well crafted space. Designed by Canadian Architects Maclennan Jaunkalns Miller.
From the backyard you can look back and see how this modern house sits on the sloped lot. The three floors of the home are broken up into sleeping quarters on the lower floor, the living areas on the main floor and a home office on the top of the house.
Despite the different materials, the house looks uniform because the two wings are structurally identical. In between the two wings an enclosed breezeway houses the kitchen, dining and living in one open space.