Vancouver Modern Home Tour

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The Premier Vancouver Modern Home Tour takes place this Saturday, September 14th, 2013. A self-guided driving-tour of seven architecturally progressive and contemporary homes in Vancouver designed by some of Vancouver’s greatest modern architects.

Thanks to a handful of generous homeowners, visitors get the chance to explore the inside and out of several incredible modern homes and learn about the cutting edge designs. The tour will feature the most interesting Vancouver residences and their exciting examples of Modern architecture and design. 

We are honoured to be providing some of the furniture for The Narrow Passive HouseAn Eco-conscious home designed to take advantage of the earth’s never-ending capacity to heat, cool, and ventilate, while using materials and building systems which are durable and tread lightly on the environment. A project by Allison Holden- Pope from One SEED Architecture + Interiors.

The Narrow Passive House ImagesParticipating homes will open their doors for viewing from 11AM – 5PM on Saturday, September 14th, in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Tickets to see every home on the tour are $30 in advance online; available for $40 on the day of the tour at select ‘start’ locations. All are invited to attend. Kids under 12 are FREE! Partial Proceeds Will Benefit Aunt Leah’s Place. 

For more details and a current list of homes visit Vancouver Modern Home Tours



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  1. Miranda S says:

    Hi Fluff team!

    I remember Patti telling us about events like this last year and I made a mental note to take my mom the next time… and she loved it! But unfortunately she kept asking when I was going to save enough for one of those houses lol This was so much fun – thanks for posting about it!

  2. Miranda S says:

    Oh PS when I walked into the Narrow Passive house I definitely recognized the Fluff art! Had a good laugh with the homeowner too 🙂

  3. Patti says:

    HI Miranda. Maybe ask your mom if she would like to buy it for you! Good idea eh?

  4. Vancouver developed an adaptation of the modern aesthetic known as West Coast Regional Style. Local designers used post-and-beam construction, stepped flat roofs with clerestory windows and wide expanses of glass that integrated the house with the natural setting.

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