Vancouver House by Bjarke Ingels Group is a total work of art that inspired the creation of a new waterfront community - the Beach District. A project recognized around the world, Vancouver House aims for art, a living sculpture. BIG’s design team took a fresh look at every detail. Each home features high-quality design and interior finishings curated by BIG.
The homes at Vancouver House feature high-quality design and interior finishings by BIG. The Studios at Vancouver House come furnished with custom B&B Italia furnishings.
Interiors by BIG
Light Oak Flooring
Triple Glazed Windows
Contemporary roller blinds
Custom kitchen and bathroom cabinetry
Contemporary Bathrooms with Soaker Bathtubs and Tiled Showers
Full kitchen appliance package
Studios furnished with custom B&B Italia furnishings
Public Art, Spinning Chandelier by Rodney Graham
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
On-Site Building Manager
Resident Fitness Program, by HOUSE Concepts
Fresh Street Market
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Secure underground parking
Applying the “Total Design” philosophy to an entire district and building on the success of Granville Island across False Creek, Vancouver House is not only an architectural breakthrough, but the active core of a new waterfront neighbourhood called the “Beach District”.
Rodney Graham’s public art installation, a monumental 14 by 21-foot crystal chandelier transforms the vast cathedral-like space underneath the Granville Street Bridge. Spinning Chandelier will activate at 12pm, 4pm and 9pm local time each day, illuminating, descending and spinning for four minutes, before ascending, back to its starting point. A major public art installation for Vancouver, Spinning Chandelier forms an urban landmark and civic moment, turning a dark under-bridge into a focus of public celebration.
HOUSE is an assembly of sweat: a unique collective of pursuits that influence your body, mind and soul.
The world is becoming ever more connected with each passing day, and while smart devices within smart homes are popular, they are far from ubiquitous.