The team of architects and designers from DGKB developed a stylish and welcoming home from Vancouver, Canada: the 4249 House. The spot chosen for building it is on a ravine, near the forest, and its structure opposes the natural random shapes of the site through its organized overlapping vertical and horizontal planes. The inhabitants of the residence enjoy the offerings of the beautiful landscape as their house is defined mostly by its floor-to-ceiling glass walls and large windows that reveal the greenery and also allow natural light to brighten each and every corner of their home.
The interior of the home is very cozy, having a simple and elegant design which is warmed up by the natural light that lays upon the comfortable sofas and modern fittings. The structure of the residence was built in no more than 6 days, as it’s a Cross Laminated Timber project, a building system which requires a short time for being assembled, being very efficient and convenient.