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Step inside this modern, minimalist B.C. home surrounded by tranquil gardens

‘The garden needed to be honoured by the house. I wanted it to feel like we lived in the garden.’

‘The garden needed to be honoured by the house. I wanted it to feel like we lived in the garden.’

When Steven Scarlett set out to build a new house near the coast of British Columbia, he had two goals in mind: to harness his fascination with modern architecture to create a truly unique space, and to honour the property's lush greenery with the structure that would become his home. The result was a sleek, minimalist residence filled with wood and concrete accents, a 'non-kitchen' — with no appliances or shelving in sight — and walls of floor-to-ceiling windows that slide away and open to the outdoors.

Check out the video below to take the full tour and get swept away by this truly tranquil oasis.

‘The garden needed to be honoured by the house. I wanted it to feel like we lived in the garden.’ 3:37
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