A New Brick And Cedar Clad Home Arrives In Vancouver

This contemporary home, with a facade of white brick, is located on a corner lot in a quiet neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada. The home, designed by architect Randy Bens, also has dark stained cedar siding running vertically and horizontally, and zinc colored metal trim.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

 

Architect Randy Bens and NRT Developments have completed a new home in Vancouver, Canada.

The home has an exterior clad in white brick, dark stained cedar siding, and metal trim.

 

This contemporary home, with a facade of white brick, is located on a corner lot in a quiet neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada. The home, designed by architect Randy Bens, also has dark stained cedar siding running vertically and horizontally, and zinc colored metal trim.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

At the rear of the home there’s an outdoor space located directly off the main living area.


At the rear of this home, is an outdoor space located directly off the main living area.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

Inside, there’s an open floor plan with the living, dining and kitchen all sharing the same space. The kitchen island has been designed in a ‘U’ shape, giving the homeowners plenty of space for food prep, and making it easy to socialize while cooking.


The kitchen island in this kitchen has been designed in a 'U' shape, giving the homeowners plenty of space for food prep, and making it easy to socialize while cooking.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

Located behind the kitchen is a small home office, with views of the street.


This home office, with wooden walnut desk, has views of the street through a small vertical window.
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Above the staircase there’s a large skylight centered over the bamboo garden. The bamboo rises up from the lower floor and eventually will reach the height of the second floor.


Above this staircase there is a large skylight centered over a bamboo garden. The bamboo rises up from the lower floor and eventually will reach the height of the second floor.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

Throughout the home, wide plank oak flooring is contrasted with darker walnut cabinetry and paneling, like in the bedroom. Through a hidden door in the bedroom cabinetry is an ensuite bathroom.


This bedroom features wide plank oak flooring and darker walnut cabinetry. Through a hidden door in the wall of cabinets is an ensuite bathroom.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

In the bathroom the walnut cabinetry continues with the vanity, and two styles of white tiles keep the bathroom bright.


This bathroom features a walnut vanity with a white countertop. Two different styles of white tiles have been included in the design.

Photography by silentSama architectural photography

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