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Introducing Western Living’s 2022 Designers of the Year Award Winners
WL Architects of the Year 2022: Measured Architecture
WL Robert Ledingham Memorial Award for an Emerging Interior Designer 2022: Studio Roslyn
With Evoke International Design, hockey great Trevor Linden builds himself a laid-back, (but tricked-out) Whistler retreat.
Designer David Nicolay reimagined a cramped vintage space as an open-concept dream home that lets the sun shine in.
How Oliver Simon Design gave actor Callum Keith Rennies loft a makeoverwithout it looking like a makeover.
Life and art collide inside the Shaughnessy home of a celebrated Vancouver gallerist.
A home on Pender Island makes a big impression in just a few hundred square feet.
The remote park in Alberta offers an elusiveand starryview that's unseen in the city.
Designer Robert Bailey was charged with setting up a respite in the top two floors of the recently built Fairmont Pacific Rim. First published in 2012.
A bold renovation transforms a dowdy Whistler cabin into a modern marvel designed with entertaining in mind.
Sweet and simple holiday decor is the perfect fit for a modern renovation in Vancouver.
A Point Grey guest cottage that holds its own.
Buying a remote patch of Kootenay Lakes sublime shoreline secures one couple an ultimate escape from the citys hurly-burly (and one of the countrys finest patio views, too).
A family cabin gets a much-needed upgrade from 80s relic to modern marvel.
A cliffside residence in West Vancouver is designed for both public gatherings and quiet reflection.
Nearly six decades after it appeared in this magazine, a Vancouver home is lovingly restored to its original glory.
This sleek laneway home is just right for a family of three. Thats because dad, Doug Weibel, was both the designer and general contractor. Look inside the perfect space he created for his family.
After working around the world, Vancouver designer Sophie Burke brings international influence to her designs.
Robert Bailey's elegant, richly layered interiors reflect the designer's natural optimism and love of warm, coastal modernism.
Inside a Coal Harbour Condo's renovation that highlights its showstopping views of Vancouver.
The medium is the message for Vancouver's Public Architecture, whose body of work speaks for itself.
Architecture and interior design become one in the work of twin category winners David Battersby and Heather Howat.
An intimate space is just what was needed in this West Vancouver oceanside home.
The Arthur Erickson award celebrates the work of an emerging architect or designer. This years winner, DArcy Jones, offers a vision not unlike that of the late Erickson himself.
For Architect of the Year Marc Boutin, great architecture comes from many voices and one big chalkboard.
From airports and skyscrapers to stunning homes, this young firm has wide horizons.