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Inside The Saint George House by Randy Bens and Falken ReynoldsSaturday 1 September 2018
Inside The Saint George House by Randy Bens and Falken Reynolds ⇒ Architect Randy Bens and Falken Reynolds Interiors teamed up and designed the innovative Saint George House in Vancouver, with a lot that’s just 20-foot wide! The narrow lot, that would’ve scared off most designers, only spanned 20 by 200 feet which means the team were creatively challenged to think outside the box to visually create more space.
They utilized 11 skylights and an interior courtyard to help fill the Scandinavian-inspired interior with natural light, as well as a white colour palette and light Nordic toned woods for a bright, open feel.
The exterior is covered in standing-seam metal cladding for a striking curbside appearance.
The living room opens out to the backyard via a massive sliding glass door which gives the feeling of the space continuing on.
A minimalist kitchen benefits from a large island and lots of hidden storage.
Bocci lighting hangs above the light wood dining table which features both bench seating and dining chairs.
The designers were able to pack in plenty of storage, like in the entryway, making the most out of every square inch.
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