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This infill home by architect D'Arcy Jones bridges eras in style.
Tucked between two homes from very different eras, this infill house in Vancouver’s Riley Park neighbourhood bridges the architectural divide. The house to the left is from the 1900s; to the right, a 1980s structure. And in the middle, architect D’Arcy Jones has taken cues from both time periods to create a modern design that nods to heritage.
A pair of square bay windows and old school shingles face the street, while on the inside, a minimalist white-and-concrete look is fresh and new. The result is a 2,600-square-foot beauty that feels both of-the-moment and timeless.
Photos by Ema Peter.
Originally published February 2021