At the summit of luxury, taking advantage of the voluptuous and expanding architecture at the very top floors, we have created a small collection of large homes that we call the Estates. Their every feature offers residents the ability to take full advantage of living on top of one of Vancouver’s tallest and best located residential towers. The Estates offer forever views and incredible outdoor terraces, but luxuriate in the living space of a single family home.
Vancouver House Panoramas
From floor 47
4 & 3 Bedroom Homes
Rarely available in Vancouver, the Estates have three and four bedroom homes able to accommodate large families comfortably or the ability to host out of town guests.
Residents of these Estates no longer have to give up the functionality of a single family home to enjoy the lifestyle of high rise living including the outdoor living rooms and panoramic views.
Estates Grand Salon
Oak herringbone floors
White Corian, Marble, Stainless Steel
Estates Outdoor Living Room
Copper, Stainless Steel, Ceramic Tile
Kitchen design by BIG
With a choice of classic finishes, complemented by rich oak wood flooring options in herringbone pattern and marble in bathrooms, the simple palette is continued throughout the interiors – from kitchen to bathroom – allowing the home owner to make personal touches to their new residence.
In Estates with an island kitchen, a unique island design was conceived that recalls the formal language of the building. The sculptural qualities of the island naturally make it a centerpiece of the living space; nevertheless the functional qualities of a conventional kitchen island have been maintained.
Westbank deals exclusively with Miele, the world’s leading high-end appliance manufacturer, who have curated an appliance lineup in keeping with a building of this quality.
The Estate kitchens are manufactured by Boffi – Italy’s leading luxury kitchen manufacturer, and designed in conjunction with BIG, with subtle ways to pick up the architectural language of the building.
We have conceived a unique island design that recalls the formal language of the building. The sculptural qualities of the island naturally make it a centrepiece of the living space; nevertheless the functional qualities of a conventional kitchen island have been maintained.
Kitchen island = Sculpture, ‘carved’ from the same material to exalt its plasticity through the simple reflection of the light. White Corian is used to express the ‘monolithic’ qualities of this object.
Francesca Portesine, Interior Architect talks about designing the sculpture.
Bathroom design by BIG and Kohler
With the total design philosophy at Vancouver House, there was a re-conception of residential living, starting with the bold framing architecture, then continuing right down to the tiniest details inside. This is why BIG has collaborated with distinguished manufacturer Kohler to design a series of plumbing fixtures that are standard in every home.
Vancouver House’s bathrooms will be the first anywhere to feature these sleek and sumptuous designs, art-works for everyday use, complementing the artistry of the building. Kohler has been manufacturing fixtures since 1873, and BIG’s new conceptions for them will crown their top-end Kallista line.
Closets and Master Suite Appointments by BIG
BIG has custom designed an innovative wardrobe, which is more than just a walk-in closet but a Dressing Room that features both style and functionality. Applying Gesamtkunstwerk to the closet system offers an innovative organization for tidiness finished in matte white lacquer, and a place to luxuriously prepare and dress for your day or evening.
One thing often missing from high rise living compared to a single family house is a basement for storage. At Vancouver House we are pleased to introduce cellars. Each cellar is located on the parking levels in a 200 square foot or larger secure private storage room with power and water connections, which is the perfect place to store a wine collection, seasonal wardrobe, tools, luggage, and any other items that one needs to stow out of view and to reduce clutter in their home.