When Lyndon Cormack, a co-founder of Herschel Supply Co. with his brother Jamie, bought the 6,000-square-foot waterfront home in Deep Cove, Vancouver, he created “zones” in the already-landscaped grounds, “so that wandering through allowed you to experience a whole bunch of special moments,” he told Domino.
The result is an indoor-outdoor living experience that incorporates dramatic views, gardens, and a variety of recreational activities that make the residence a place to relax—and play. The sprawling house itself features 28-foot ceilings and walls of glass that overlook not only the water, but a miniature putting green, as well as a giant chess set.
Inside, the vaulted, double-height spaces are characterized by exposed beams, subway tiles in the kitchen and dining area, tiled floors, and, of course, the expansive windows that establish a connection to the stunning outdoor scenery. Rounding out the property are a variety of plantings like Japanese maples and magnolias, as well as a private wharf. Head to Domino for more.