At Natures Door was conceived as the ultimate ski resort "get away", a private residential club, slopeside to Whistler Mountain's Creekside ski runs. There are 22 duplex units averaging 2600 sq. ft. surrounding a central reflecting pool. There are guest suites and a clublodge with a games room, fitness centre, pool and hot tubs. The caretaker lives on site adjacent to the lodge. The complex was designed to fit into the spectacular mountain bowl, creating a neighborhood within Whistler.
The 11 units in development are designed for the high end buyer with meticulous attention to detail and quality finish materials used throughout.
The Cottage at "The Lookout" is a 2600 square foot residence on a steeply sloping site above the "Timing Flats" on Whistler Mountain Ski Resort. Wood and stone visually anchor the building in its forest setting. All major rooms orient to the south and face the view. Steep grades created the opportunity for a suspended, trestled garage structure.
The Duplexes at "The Lookout" are zoned to function as small hotels when not occupied by the owner. Massive stone fireplaces form the heart of the entertainment floor. Other interior features include sunken living rooms with interior views through both upper stories of the unit. Large decks orient towards the sun and views
This project of 33 townhouses is grouped into four buildings terraced down a hillside with views to Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains. It is the last development in the multiple family housing community of Blueberry Hill. Adjacent projects are designed in a variety of styles. Deer Run was conceived to appear as though it predated the existing projects, and that they had drawn inspiration from its more traditional features. Each building has parking underground with access to the units via exterior stairs and walkways. The site presented opportunities to design varying outdoor spaces. The buildings were designed to allow and encourage individual expression through ornamentation over time. This project was the first one to use Hardie panel siding in Whistler as a solution to the maintenance and flammability issues in a resort environment.
Ravencrest, perched against a mountain slope, is a complex of 24 units in two resort condominium buildings accessed from single loaded, enclosed corridors. Each of the units is designed to feature the view of Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains with generous windows and decks and careful planning.
The buildings are constructed over underground parking.