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The Staples Residence, West Vancouver, B.C., designed by Bruno Freschi, Erickson Massey Architects.Geoffrey Tomlin-Hood

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Completed in 1967, the West Vancouver residence comprises roughly 2,600 square feet of living space on two levels.Geoffrey Tomlin-Hood

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The design features a distinctive sharply pitched roofline and linear massing. 'I use visual axes to propel you around the space," architect Bruno Freschi says.Geoffrey Tomlin-Hood

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The home is configured on an outcropping to bring heart-stopping views of water and greenery to the inhabitants.Geoffrey Tomlin-Hood

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Contractors who have looked over the property say a full restoration could cost up to $1-million, largely due to the cost of replacing the existing single-pane glazing.Geoffrey Tomlin-Hood

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