Over the last 15 years, we have designed many kitchens: modern, transitional and traditional. Working with our clients' specific requirements and tastes, we help develop kitchens which ergonomically and aesthetically work for them.

It was time for a kitchen update! While the designer intuition was to blow walls away, the Owner's instructions were clear: a new Aga Cooker needed to be accommodated and no walls were to be moved.

Working very closely with the Architect and Homeowners, we continued the ideas of a modern simple style in choosing materials and developing design for the interiors. Natural, local materials were introduced to warm the simple spaces.

This new home in New Westminster was constructed on the site of a former pre-WWII bungalow.  The owners required a simple yet functional home for an active family.  The budget was modest; the taste was transitional.

After completing sketches a few years earlier, our clients returned to have us review the design and to complete drawings for building permit and construction. They recognized that although they loved their 1990's home, the front proportions seemed a little off.

A 1980's bungalow was in need of a minor exterior and extensive interior update. The Homeowners wanted a very modern, clean design approach with better spatial flow on the main floor.

A small renovation to give a 1980's home a needed update: bringing the front entry closer to the street (reducing the tunnel effect) and giving the front facade a facelift.

The Owners were very clear that the renovation needed to accommodate their young family and casual lifestyle. They liked the Sarah Susanka aesthetic (author of the 'Not So Big House' book).

Replacing an existing cabin on the shores of peaceful Green Lake in the Caribou region of B.C., the client had a clear idea of the function and feel of the place they desired.  A tight budget in a realtively remote location provided only modest challenges for the team.

Working with good friend Fook Weng Chan, Architect AIBC, Greg has provided rendering and/or design services on several custom country homes.


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