Terrace House

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Terrace House

The residential project conceived by Shigeru Ban Architects has already been considered a revolution for the innovative construction method all over the world.

The complex, in fact, once completed, will be the tallest hybrid wood structure in the world. The residential tower, entitled "Terrace House", was inaugurated earlier this year and will be the first project by the Japanese architect in Canada, more precisely in the port area of Vancouver.

supported by the Portliving development company, the Terrace House includes only 20 apartments, all designed by Shigeru Ban himself. Each unit offers sweeping views of the skyline, while the outdoor terraces, designed by Cornelia Oberlander, provide outdoor spaces in the living rooms and bedrooms of most apartments. The terraces are finished with ambient lighting and porcelain stoneware that matches the interior floor in white oak.


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