Cook Condo Project
Another chic Downtown Vancouver Renovation project we just completed.
Fizzell Condo Project
A stunning renovation we recently completed in Downtown Vancouver.
In Progress – Charring Court
Here is a peak at what one of our current renovation projects is going to look like when all is said and done!
Another beautiful home to add to our beautiful city.
In Progress – Pinecrest
Some amazing renderings for an upcoming renovation project in Vancouver.
In Progress – River Road
A beautiful rendering of an upcoming renovation project in Vancouver.
In Progress – Rockview
A restoration project that brings a home back to the original Arthur Ericksons design. A 5,000 square foot piece of art with 12 rooms, 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
Respect for existing architecture and surroundings. The owner loved the ‘vibe’ of early 70′s home and did not want a drastic change. Best Builders cleaned up the exterior, but The Best Builder team retained the street scape appeal of family-friendly neighbourhood. An enhanced natural wood look was accentuated with new fencing, gate and trellis. Our Renovations respected existing architecture, while updating its function and interior appearance with the real challenge was in how to incorporate an existing brick fireplace and wood wall-panelling into a new design.
Completed 2012 Designed by False Creek Design Group Mechanical & Electrical Recessed & feature LED lighting throughout Interior Finishes White shaker maple cabinets Engineered stone counter tops Engineered Cherry floors Steam shower Custom millwork Interior stair railing - newel posts & custom cast iron balusters Stainless steel appliances
Project Zen Garden… A complete renovation on the inside that boasts clean, modern lines and finishes with a natural Zen garden approach to the outside. Large window openings were created in all areas to give this 4800 square foot home maximize natural light and the tranquil serenity of the garden space. Structural beams were added to create a complete open floor plan on the entire main floor and staircase.
Split-level houses were a big architectural trend to create larger living spaces and ad areas of natural light without increasing the footprint of the house. This did create some unique challenges for this particular Shaughnessy renovation when upgrading all of the mechanical and electrical elements. With a great design and inventive construction strategy a clean modern renovation was created. This 3700 square foot completed in 2011 boasts custom oak millwork throughout, temperature controlled wine room, user friendly lighting control system and a hot tub area.