Updated interior finishes and a new guest house are among the modifications that US studio Butler Armsden Architects has made to a 44-year-old, wood-clad residence that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
- Architects: KPMB Architects + Public: Architecture + Communication
- Location: 5600 Kwantlen St, Richmond, BC V6X 2X9, Canada
- Lead Architect: Bruce Kuwabara (KPMB)
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