Collection by William Lamb

Modern Spaces in the Pacific Northwest

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A strong creative streak runs through the Pacific Northwest and is on vibrant display in these spaces, featured in the pages of Dwell and on Dwell.com. Here, we venture beyond the region's major cities—Seattle, Portland and Vancouver—to see how design is flourishing in out-of-the-way places.

A-frame cabin in Whistler, Vancouver; Architects: Scott and...
Vanglo House, Vancouver BC, Urban Design Award City of...
Perched over a cliff face, the hooded deck of the Gambier Residence reads like a ship’s prow over Howe Sound, the...
A Whistler A-Frame | British Columbia,...
In the living area, a Ligne Roset sofa accompanies a vintage Adolf Loos coffee table.
Vanglo House, Vancouver BC, Urban Design Award City of...
The interior of the Museum of Anthropology, created by Vancouver architect Arthur Erickson.
The whole exterior of the home, including the trim, is painted Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore for a monochromic, quiet...
The textures and colors found in nature often help to inform both our collections and our approach to our lookbooks.
The backyard’s emphasis on nature is mirrored in the front of the home, which also underwent extensive landscaping by...
“The sunsets over the cliffs behind our backyard are beautiful, operatic events, even when the weather is bad.
In Vancouver’s Strathcona district, two side-by-side lots now hold seven residences—thanks to a thoughtful renovation...
Each of the residences has outdoor space attached to it; the family’s unit has a roof deck.
The “mid-ground” between the three structures serves as a community hub.
The laneway house features Kentwood engineered-wood floors, Cascadia windows, and aluminum-bar grating.
VIVA Vancouver, a city-run organization dedicated to promote walking and spending time outdoors in downtown Vancouver,...
With its proximity to both water and mountains, Vancouver makes for a wonderful getaway destination.
The entire 800-block of downtown Robson Street will be open as an Urban Reef, 24 hours a day, through September 1, 2014.
In the backyard, Kunigk “montaged” what she admired in the work of John Pawson, Tadao Ando, and Piet Oudolf, the Dutch...
Resident Misha Bukowski plays with young Zachary in the walkway between the renovated buildings.
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