Beach Pavilion by Carol A. Wilson Architect

Maine architecture is conservative. Tradition runs deep in this state and Goose Rocks Beach is no exception. In fact, both before and after the pavilion was completed, the town attempted to amend the building code to outlaw “flat-roofed” buildings.

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

Harborview Hills by Laidlaw Schultz Architects

The home’s quiet street setting gives no indication of the dynamic coastal views accessible from inside, and this feeling of revelation became the starting point for the design.