Design Inspiration:

This elegant home is set into a wall of stone and seems to be perched on the edge of the world at the same time.
A sprawling curved wing formation captures 270 degrees of spectacular mountain views and the structure is accentuated by flare butt cedar logs.
Features the finest of imported finishes and indigenous materials to create a luxurious mountain palace.
Two massive cedar trees are the focus of the sumptuous curved staircase complete with a great skylight that spills natural light down three floors to the grand entry hall.
The open concept kitchen shares the spectacular mountain views with the formal dining room and has a cozy sitting room complete with fireplace clad in rosal limestone.
6" plank vertical grain Brazilian cherry with underfoot heating provides a lavish surface to stand on.
The master suite is located in its own wing, separate from the rest of the house.
The bedroom features a fireplace clad in rosal limestone and a covered deck with breathtaking views of Blackcomb mountain.
Awards: 
2002 Georgie Silver Award Finalist:
Best Estate Residence
2002 Georgie Silver Award Finalist:
Excellence in Master Suite Design