Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design


Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design




Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Waterfront Hideway by Sarah Gallop Design



Description by Turkel Design

The first TD3 2490 to be completed in North America recently received two Gold Awards and one Silver Award for design and green-build features from the NAHB in its Waterfront Hideaway categories. Known as Gambier Island House, it is perched above the Strait of Georgia in British Columbia’s Gulf Islands. The unique conditions of this steep, remote site required a building system that could be delivered by barge; the Lindal Cedar Homes (LCH) kit-of-parts approach was the ideal solution.
The house, an original design created by Turkel Design for Lindal as part of the Dwell Homes Collection, is adaptable to multiple site conditions and opens to views simultaneously in several directions. Turkel Design collaborated with a local independent LCH dealer, My House Design/Build, and positioned the house to open into a stand of old-growth cedars and out through the treetops to the opposite shoreline. The TD3 2490 collects its own rainwater, uses passive methods to self-ventilate, and can be delivered and constructed in almost any location worldwide.

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