Beach Avenue Residence


Transforming two full levels of an iconic West Coast tower into a single, one-of-a-kind 6000sf waterfront residence presented no shortages of challenges. The space in it’s entirety was to be executed with extreme attention to detail, while maintaining a timeless and tailored balance of features and ‘supporting actors’, so to speak. The end result surpassed all of our Clients’ expectations, and the lengthy process of the build was deemed well worth the wait. Good things take time, as they say.

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The clients’ primary directive was that it could be done in the first place; if a means to install a feature staircase through the post-tensioned slab, joining entertainment and bedroom levels was not feasible, there would have been no purpose to continue with the project.

The majority of fixtures for this project were provided by ‘Flexa Lighting

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Once this directive was proved out, the charge moving forward was to plan and execute every facet of the project with utmost attention to detail, maintain a timeless and tailored balance of features, providing a full AC & HRV system to the residence within a minimal 9-inch plenum, achieving a minimum ceiling height of 8 foot throughout.

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The prestigious Robert Ledingham Award was given to the project designer Aaron Mackenzie Moore along with an Award of Excellence by The Interior Designers Institute of B.C. (IDIBC) at the 35th annual Awards of Excellence event on Sept 21 in downtown Vancouver.