Arthur Mudry’s midcentury modern house in West Vancouver is a paean to the Pacific forest

Arthur Mudry’s midcentury modern house in West Vancouver is a paean to the Pacific forest

Arthur Mudry’s midcentury modern house in West Vancouver is a paean to the Pacific forest | Rooted in bedrock, yet reaching for the sky, bound by sea and forest, the house is a device for viewing nature. A kind of rustic West Coast pavilion – a cousin perhaps to Arthur Erickson’s 1958 Filberg House – it is part Shinto temple, part paean to Pacific forest. A residential shrine, its architecture draws in the centrifugal force of the elements #interiors

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