Briar Creek Farm by Robert M. Cain Architect

“Standing at the high (north) end of the stunning glade and looking south into its axis, we could turn to see the borrow pits’ potential as a lake to the west and over the young pines to the east an almost mystical view of the field.” – Robert M. Cain

St Leon 10 by SAOTA

Overlooking one of the most spectacular coastlines, this home was designed to function as a family home and entertainment pad. Cantilevered terraces give it a quality of lightness and elegance. – SAOTA

House P by bergmeisterwolf Architects

House P looks like mountain magic in a modern architecture wrapper: big windows on all sides in a sloping valley setting with mountain views, watercourse, walls of trees, and much, much more.

Vaucluse House by MPR Design Group

Located in a small scale suburban street, the four storey residence incorporates its primary living areas on the top floor taking advantage of 180 degree views of the city and harbour.

LG house by thirdstone [^] modern house

“The home is built on a lot so small – 25 feet wide – that the city of Edmonton originally wouldn’t approve the building plans.” – Rachel Hummeny, Alberta Home magazine