We’ve come to understand the mechanics of family — the possibilities of home and life should be endless.
Introducing FLOK™ — a design philosophy that carries a home through all of a family’s stages, planned or otherwise.
With a separate entrance, appliances, and a bathroom, the experiences are infinite. Lock-offs can be used for rental income, a home based business and beyond.
FLOK™ flex spaces are large enough to double as an office, yoga studio or gym, home schooling or play area.
The kitchen is where friends and family flock for comfort. The heart and soul of home.
To make this space compatible to so many functions, it’s bright and airy, with high ceilings and perfect proportions. Arranging furniture becomes a delight, not a frustration.
There are more details that make a home, and a day, flow without hiccups. Some seem inconsequential in the beginning, but you’ll soon come to see their significance as life unfolds. We design for your today and for your future.
Rooftop decks, back yards, balconies — these essential rooms under the sky are fitted with BBQ rough-ins, electrical outlets, and hose bibs.
Everything has its own place. Home is designed to comfortably fit your vacuum, coats, winter tires, luggage, and whatever else you need to live.
Even townhomes have the capacity for a laundry room, where you can fold clothes, hang wet garments, and keep chores out of sight.
Lighting controls, pre-wired alarm systems, and other upgradable home automation systems are planned ahead of time in townhomes featuring FLOK™ design.
Note: Not all features available in all homes.
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Nestled alongside stately Shaughnessy mansions on tree-lined West 16th Avenue, these restored and reimagined residences are a prestigious sanctuary from the bustle of downtown Vancouver. The Maguire, Bayne, and Elson Residences stand as a testament to their original builders – pioneers of early Fairview development when the City of Vancouver’s borders previously ended at West […]view the project