Maison de Lee
Vancouver BC, Canada
Project Maison de Lee was a Westcoast adaptation of traditional French architecture. Throughout this design, structural elements of repeating arches, faux rustic beams, unlacquered brass and natural marble were thoughtfully used to stay loyal to the aesthetic.
The use of natural materials was a key component in sticking with the integrity of the design, and choosing the use of wool, oak, linen and rattan helped to achieve the country-side charm that the clients' envisioned.
Working closely with the renown builder Mike Knight, of M. Knight Construction, and Russ Collins of Zebra Design, Jenny Martin Design was able to seamlessly merge two traditional styles, creating a design that was recently recognized for its brilliance at the 2020 CARE Awards, winning the coveted title of Project of the Year.
|Thickness||15 mm (5/8")|
|Plank widths||110 mm (4 11/32")|