Formwerks Boutique is an extension of award-winning firm Formwerks Architectural, boasting a portfolio of 600+ townhouses, custom single-family homes, and multi-family projects. The company is committed to creating high-grade quality and design and building timeless structures. Its developments represent the president and home founder’s architectural expression, from its establishment in 1988 till date. The company places priority on quaint, ancient designs and creating a synergy with the present-day architectural needs.
Toppen Ridge is a timeless, sophisticated, and distinctive piece of design. It is a design-focused collection of hometowns in the Moodyville neighborhood of North Vancouver. An exceptional design by Formwerks Architectural, Scandinavian functionality and designs influence these two and three-bedroom homes with live-work and lock-off options.
The Dutch doors usher you into a European-themed atmosphere while the peaked roofs reflect the ambiance of the North Shore mountains. Blending into the neighborhood’s industrial history, these homes are timeless in their build yet modern and perfectly stationed for families.
The Purves-McBay Residence
The Purves-McBay Residence exemplifies the uniqueness of the historic Gables Vernacular Cottage architecture located in the Oceanside community of Kitsilano. The same family lived in this residence for 100+ years, being the first to be built on West second Avenue’s 1800 block.
The block has undergone radical changes as society progresses. As part of efforts to restore the building’s ancient charm, the project includes a collage that combines history with the present style of infill homework residence while maintaining the character streetscape and early Vancouver form.
Heritage Sixteenth and Burrard
Sitting alongside graceful Shaughnessy mansions on West 16th Avenue, Heritage Sixteenth and Burrard is a project that reimagines residences in a sanctuary and away from downtown Vancouver’s bustle. Elson Residences, Maguire, and Bayne are proofs of the original builders who pioneered the earliest Fairview projects when Vancouver’s borders ended at West 16th Avenue.
Today’s new home collection features upscale designs that effortlessly ticks quality and the best artistry and satisfy modern needs. The layouts of duplexes, carriage homes, and townhomes are clearly distinct yet markedly familiar.
Tudor Homes typify classic Tudor-style design and architecture, featuring a brilliant collection of townhomes. Nestling on the tranquil southwest of Vancouver, a total of fifteen homes benefit from the luxury of amenities, schools, transportation options, and parks. These homes switch up the peaceful neighborhood with exquisite additions.
Lower Shaughnessy Collection
Lower Shaughnessy Collection comprises four ultra-modern residences with one heritage house, including detached carriage homes. The collection pays tribute to the family of the original owner Jean May Macken. It is nestled in a charming, upscale community on Maple Street and 15th Avenue, surrounded by meticulous landscaping that showcases the property’s beauty.
The choice of interior finishes comes from a determination to create exceptional landscapes, including the finest lighting fixtures that reflect the heritage. The project is the renaissance of artistry on the skylines of Maple Street and rejuvenation of the evergreen Arts and Chain architecture.
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