“Cadence” – A Harmonic Configuration of Open Spaces on Vancouver Island


Full view

Cadence is a stunning waterfront home in British Columbia, Canada. It features interconnecting pavilions that create a natural flow through its more than 4,000 square feet of space — no easy feat.  Keith Baker Design Inc received numerous awards for this project, including the Canadian National Gold SAM Award for Best Single Detached Home of its size.

The home uses distinctive radius roofing in a design reminiscent of relaxing ocean waves. This is especially prominent on the breezeway that connects the home to its multi-car garage and over of its main entrance on the second floor.

Sunset view

The interior of the home makes the most of Vancouver Island’s serene environment. Large windows provide natural light and ocean views in every room.  A sliding glass door off of the dining room opens to a long patio with an outdoor kitchen and boxy concrete fire pit, both perfect for entertaining.

A curved walkway flows naturally from the outdoor patio to a pool on the home’s lower level.  Inside, a floating staircase connects the 2 floors, echoing modern design touches throughout the space. [Photography courtesy of Keith Baker Design]

Entrance Radiused roofing Modern doorway Modern kitchen Open dining Outdoor kitchen Firepit Floating stairs Night view

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