A family ski cabin in Vancouver with Nordic influences.

It is  rare to find good architecture that shows such a great sensitivity to details and atmosphere. Today’s house -a collaboration between Burgers Architecture and  Sophie Burke Design – is actually a ski cabin in Vancouver, Canada, with all the right qualities to call it a home. Although it is quite far from Scandinavia it is, by definition, a Scandinavian house.  I love this all-white background in combination with the warmness of the wood and the literally invasion of the  breathtaking scenery in the space – the successful result of a three-year effort on the part of Burgers Architecture to curate and deliver those mountain views.

‘From the the layout, space planning, staircase and millwork to the bedding, towels, artwork and vases, we were able to execute on a vision of serene simplicity and warmth.’

— Sophie Burke Design

And I couldn’t agree more. Every detail, every aspect of the house is about serene simplicity and warmth! A celebration of good and thoughtful design!  Don’t you agree?


Architecture: Burgers Architecture

Interior design: Sophie Burke Design 

Photographs: Ema Peter

Images via Est Living

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Hi! I am an architect who loves interior design. I created this digital space so that I could share with you my love for simplicity, Scandinavian minimalism and beauty in general. It is a place where architecture meets art, fashion and functionality. A place where I love to lay down and dream. Welcome to my home.