Camera House Featured on Dezeen

Photo of a brown house facing the pool with the mountains in the background. Sun is slowly setting creating the golden hour.

Camera House, a recent project with our friends at Leckie Studio, has been featured on Dezeen!

Located in view of spectacular mountain ranges and natural scenery in Pemberton, BC, Camera House features dramatic windows and skylights that are meant to frame the surrounding landscape like a camera lens.

The structure is comprised of a light wood frame with steel elements atop a concrete crawlspace. Structurally, the roof is comprised of a series of 3-sided boxes allowing the architecture to open up views to the neighbouring mountain ranges through clerestories. 2x trusses were used to simplify back framing and create the vaulted interior ceiling. The project also includes a workshop building and pool shell.

Big thanks to  Leckie Studio Architecture + Design for having us on the team!

Read the full feature here.

Architect: Leckie Studio Architecture + Design 

Builder: Western Craft Contracting

Photographer: Ema Peter