Inspired by the Natural Surroundings
Taking inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright‘s design philosophy, International Style and Japanese traditional architecture, West Coast Modernism began following the post-war architectural movement and sought to deepen the connection between a home and the Pacific Northwest landscape.
Designed in the West Coast Modern architectural style and surrounded by soaring views of the Pacific Ocean and North Shore mountains, North Harbour takes its inspiration from the beautiful North Vancouver coastline. The varying building heights of Drift and Aire reflect the peaks and valleys of the North Shore mountains, integrating the character of the neighbourhood with its landscape. Stepping down gracefully towards the waterfront, the terraced architectural design offers a place for residents to enjoy the marine surroundings. Crafted with materials such as brick, metal and wood-inspired accents, Drift and Aire further reinforce their relationship to their natural setting.
Living at the water’s edge at North Harbour is an immersive experience highlighting the spirit of the West Coast in each thoughtfully designed residence.
For more information on the North Harbour architecture, please visit Drift and Aire.