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Front Porch Looking Gin

This unique modern home is unexpectedly nestled into its standard narrow Vancouver lot. What’s even more surprising is how spacious the home feels despite its very modest footprint. The complimentary laneway home decreased usable yard space, leading to some innovative planning for the inclusion of a rooftop patio to increase outdoor enjoyment on the small lot. Inside the house is a unique mix of masculine finishes which polish off its clean modern lines beautifully. Because of the modest size of the home, the desired high-end finishes were attainable and no compromises were made to the design, making it something really special - this home is not to be skipped for those seeking fresh inspiration! A delightful outcome of the design is the homeowners’ enjoyment of the front porch, resulting in a return to front porch socialization within their friendly west side neighbourhood.






What People Are Saying

Lawrence Green

"I was impressed not only by Sarah's design ability, but also with her level of construction knowledge. I have heard that a lot of designers are good at making things pretty, but are not that great at understanding how things are actually built- Sarah is fantastic at both. I recommend them to anyone and everyone I know without hesitation."

Diane and Vince Grdina

"We had the pleasure of working with Sarah on the construction of our new home. We had a lot of fun working with them and found them always thoughtful, mindful, and professional. We would highly recommend their firm and would use them again without hesitation."

Pete Rackow

"We were immediately impressed with Sarah's ability to assess our needs and understand the type of home my wife and I wanted for us and our 3 boys. Her attention to detail is flawless and every inch of our fully renovated home is thoroughly thought through. I felt like they cared about our home as much as we the homeowners did."