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Architects Jeremy Sturgess and Lesley Beale make the most of compact quarters with made-to-fit storage.
Architects Jeremy Sturgess and Lesley Beale split their time between Calgary and Vancouver. But though their West Coast space—a gorgeous industrial-chic loft in the Arthur Erickson-designed Waterfall building—is smaller, smartly configured cabinetry gives the couple plenty of room to stow the essentials: even the awkward space beneath the stairs is maximized for efficiency, with a collection of custom white-panelled cabinets in varying heights arranged in a cascade for a perfect fit.