CA. 12

Collaborative design of an expansive, custom home nestled within nature.

CA. 12

This custom designed home was developed in collaboration with Chris Foyd of BoForm. It rests upon a sloping hillside, whilst taking advantage of the spectacular views of the ever changing Pacific ocean and the lush fairways and landscaping of the nearby golf course. 


Single-Family Home


Completed 2019


Privately Contracted


Victoria, Canada


two storeys


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Maximizing views while maintaining privacy.

Integrating multiple levels into the sloping site.

The design is responding to primary views and capturing sun and natural light.

Centre double high kitchen and atrium stair with skylights.

High performance building envelope, triple pane wood/aluminum windows, HRV.

The rear yard has a separate garden pavilion.

Retention of most mature trees on site.

Large rain garden to infiltrate the storm water in the ground on site.

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The applied materials are a range of metal cladding, architectural concrete, natural wood siding and stucco. The existing trees, to a large extent, have remained undisturbed, giving the property an already established character in the neighbourhood.

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In keeping with the simplicity of the buildings design footprint, the interior of the home features clean lines to promote a sense of space and integration within the natural surroundings. Large windows throughout help promote natural light, and take advantage of expansive views beyond.

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The Team

Client Privately Contracted

Architect Cascadia Architects Inc.

Contractor Ranalla Freeborn Construction

Civil Engineer JE Anderson

Structural Engineer Skyline Engineers

Interior Design Cascadia Architects (in collaboration with Chris Foyd of BoForm)

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