Cloister House – Vancouver, BC

A grandmother and her grandchildren share this home in Vancouver designed by Measured Architecture. A great example of resourcefulness, the home was built using more than 90 percent of the building materials taken from the previous house – a 1940s bungalow that had to be demolished.

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