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East Van住宅是由Splyce Design在2013年设计的私人住宅。建筑以不对称几何造型为主，能满足区域分区需求。天花板的天窗尺度和位置能引入自然光线到住宅北部，并隔绝了来自邻居的视线。侧窗面朝街道，窗户尺度较小，能保证隐私性。而加阔的主楼梯处的低窗，经过仔细校准，能直接看到毗邻的图书馆。
East Van House / Splyce Design
Architects: Splyce Design
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Area: 2300.0 ft2
Photographs: Ivan Hunter
Structural Engineer: WHM
Builder: Powers Construction
From the architect. The East Van House is located on an atypical 50′ x 75′ lot with no lane access (compared to the standard 33′ x 120′ lot) that backs onto a schoolyard. The neighborhood is eclectic and colorful, with streetscapes that reflect the diversity of the community and its inhabitants.
The house is designed with a dominant asymmetrical geometry to comply with the prescriptive zoning requirements for the area, while also providing space for the tall, main stair volume that rises 26 feet from floor to the peak of the ceiling. Skylights above are sized and located to avoid views to either neighbor and allow natural light to penetrate deep into the northern part of the house. Windows on this side face the street and are decidedly small to ensure privacy. A low window, at the widened main floor stair landing, is carefully calibrated so one sitting in the adjoining library can gain discreet views out.
While the two bedroom house is tailored for a single professional, it includes room to grow on the upper floor, where an open office is roughed-in for a bathroom and planned for an easy conversion to a third bedroom.
The main floor is bisected from east to west with a continuous line of steps and fireplace, separating the kitchen and dining from the living area. To the south, a wall of sliding glass doors extends the space onto the deck and garden, and erodes any clear division between the interior and exterior. Similarly, sliding glass doors in the master bathroom extend the shower and tub space onto a private, cedar-screened deck, enhancing the spa-like experience.
A simple interior palette of materials and white walls allow for dynamic plays of light and shadow throughout the day- continual sources of inspiration and comfort for the client.