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Mod Canadian House Puts Its Rugged Concrete on Center Stage

Photos by Andrew Latreille via <a href="http://www.dezeen.com/2015/09/11/measured-architecture-clads-vancouver-canada-home-wood-textured-concrete-cloister-house/">Dezeen</a>.
Photos by Andrew Latreille via Dezeen.

Designed by Measured Architecture, this 2,400-square-foot family home in Vancouver, Canada, was built, according to Dezeen, for a grandmother and grandchildren. What sets the house apart is its muscular blackened-steel and board-formed-concrete structure. But fear not! Inside, exposed-yellow Cedar beams (and smart, cushy furnishings) help warm things up a fair bit, playing counterpoint to the polished-concrete floors. The property also features a 602-square-foot guesthouse.


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