This luxury penthouse located in a building dating from 1921 located within steps to downtown Vancouver, BC, Canada, is truly singular in its design and its mixture of timeless shapes and junctions.
Luxury interiors offered by Savoy Design in 2012 and featured a plush sofa and row upon row of extra large windows, while the characteristic wooden beams that cross the ceiling over the seating arrangement and behind the diner table supported by steel beams were added in order to give some free-form dynamism to the furnishings.
The L-shaped public rooms with high-ceilings and lots of natural sunlight are present in the public areas, but they always confound with the rooms being designed around the theme of sunshine, coming together within a winning design.
The entryway, living room and kitchen were divided with white oak for walls and ceilings, the oak awning roof, while the door of the corridor was planted with Brazilian beech.
The master bedroom with open design and huge windows was located in the southern area of the house. The circular window of the bed and of the dining area was designed in a natural way with box windows to the south and east connecting with the natural pine trees to Finestrat.”