You may have heard people talk a fair amount about ‘living minimalistic’, well this would be a fair example of how such life-style should be portrayed. This simple, yet absolutely astonishing house up in the Grouse Mountain in Vancouver, Canada. It’s light-filled with plenty of space; this specific project was designed and constructed by husband and wife duo David and Susan Scott who make up Scott and Scott Architects. It pays homage to traditional and new materials allowing two history professors to age and weather over time. The renovation and restoration of the 150sqp home involved minimal changes to the basic configuration, essentially most of the floor plan was left untouched.
[Images courtesy of Scott & Scott Architects.]