The developers of Vancouver's upcoming Bjarke Ingels-designed "twisty" residential tower—one of the starchitect's many upcoming North American projects—recently released via Instagram a set of interior renderings for the project, unveiling a bunch of cool-kid contemporary delights. The mailboxes are made of floating "blackened steel," the couches look like regimented stacks of pillows, and the scalies (people in renderings) are well-coiffed and suited up. There's also a look at Vancouver House's amenities, like a heated lap pool, personal wine cellar, and closet big enough for cartwheels.
· Designs Unveiled for Bjarke Ingels' Vancouver House [Curbed Vancouver]
· Westbank Corp's photo stream [Instagram]
· All Bjarke Ingels coverage [Curbed National]