Situated in Vancouver's Edgemont Village, the Lantern House is a testament to the mid-century mastery of Fred Hollingsworth. The Neoteric dwelling was built in 1950 and features a fusion of West Coast architecture and Japanese wabi-sabi principles. Its footprint was expanded in 2000 by Russell Hollingsworth to offer 3,865 square feet of living space. Interiors are topped by rich wood beams and cedar planks while floor-to-ceiling windows bring in the natural landscape. The tranquil vibes aren't just from the aesthetic. The was blessed by the Dalai Lama, ensuring your adobe is truly a peaceful sanctuary.
Photos: West Coast Modern