Residential Design told the story of the Sooke 01 House on Vancouver Island. The lot had traded hands many times, until it finally reached the architects at Campos Studio, and their client. Previous owners were set on building at the shoreline. This client, however, wasn't interested in an oceanfront home, and gravitated more strongly towards a knoll further up the land. Guided by the landscape, the team built an angular home with a unique view in every room.
Throughout this home, irregular shapes formed by the angled roof and walls were filled by Marvin windows. "Fitting those window assemblies into seamless corners required precision from framing to finish," says builder Paul Clarkston. The result allows an abundance of natural light in every room.
Read the full story at www.residentialdesignmagazine.com.