Found on the Sunshine Coastline of British Columbia, Sakinaw Lake Household by WOVEN Architecture and Design and Phillip Van Horn structure overlooks Sakinaw Lake from a platform inserted into the steep rocky slopes.
A carport positioned over the property marks a place of arrival, primary onward to an out of doors stair that descends to an upper flooring in which the most important entry is positioned.
The design notion of the house includes 2 rectangular volumes positioned a person around the other, ensuing in an out of doors room on the roof of the reduced ground. Bedrooms are located on the upper flooring with residing spaces underneath, where connections to the water are maximized.
Floor to ceiling glass walls give views to the lake on a person facet and to the rock wall quickly powering the household on the other.
Flush transitions with resources extending from inside to outdoors dissolve the lines between interior and exterior. Elements specified include 1×6 western purple cedar siding to exterior walls, vertical grain Hemlock soffits for the ceilings and some of the partitions, as properly as a metallic fascia and steel roof. The inside ground is concrete, hand troweled with a wax finish.