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October 25, 2018

When a West Vancouver couple called on an architect to build their family home, he delivered—he just had to change the roof first.

By Kelly Dawson | Dwell Magazine

A couple living in West Vancouver with two young kids had a plan. They wanted a home where their family could grow; a place that had enough room for toys, and books, and play. It seemed like a typical enough objective, as most couples with children want this. And even though the 1950s property they purchased had likely spent generations as the setting for this type of dream, this pair couldn't picture their future amongst its history. 

"The interior had seen a couple of interior renovations over the years, but the structure and the bones were all existing," principal Nigel Parish of Splyce Design says. "The exterior was in its original 1950s form."

Read the Full Article Here: Mathers in Dwell 2018

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