The 23.2 House by Canadian architect located on a large rural acreage near Vancouver in Canada was completed in 2010. The true beauty of the house comes from the passion and desire to create something beautiful from the old; reclaimed ‘one hundred year old Douglas Fir beams from a series of burned down ware- houses’ were used for the project. To maintain the sanctity of the beams, it was agreed to maintain the different dimensions and use them as they were, hence the triangular geometry. For more visit Omer Arbel’s website.
Photos by: Nick Ledoux