4.10.10

The Erickson Vancouver

These are some preview pictures of a current project I just completed the Interior Design for in the newest luxury development in Vancouver, The Erickson building, situated on the most treasured waterfront location in Vancouver overlooking False Creek. It was designed by the late Arthur Erickson(1924 – 2009), one of the masters architects of our time. 

“Beauty in a home conveys a sense of harmony and wholeness….created with the end experience of the owner in mind”
The Erickson Building Vancouver

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The Erickson Building Vancouver

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The Erickson Building Vancouver Dining Room silver leaf ceilings  

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The Erickson Building Vancouver
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The Erickson Building Vancouver looking south across False Creek  
 
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The Erickson Building Vancouver looking east across David Lam Park
 
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The Erickson Building Vancouver onyx counter Powder Room

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37 comments:

  1. Lovely! Thanks for sharing - I enjoyed watching this building go up. (But am happy to have the seawall back, if truth be told). Amazing views up there.

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  2. Anonymous4/10/10

    I have also watched The Erickson being built. It makes such a lovely new addition to the Vancouver skyline!

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  3. Samantha4/10/10

    When can we see more pictures of your design at The Erickson....????

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  4. I thought it was your design before even reading the text :)
    It is so beautiful.

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  5. Oooh can't wait to see more. This building is very interesting, and I've always thought it might be difficult to work the interior design to suit its odd shapes. I don't know what the floor plans are like, but from your sneak peak, I'm sure you made the spaces feel just perfect as always.

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  6. lanell5/10/10

    wow...absolutely fantastically breath - taking...so much to take in....what fun you must have!

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  7. What a great experience being there with you to preview this gorgeous apartment. Everything was perfect, elegant and carefully selected and arranged to the last detail. Thanks for including one of my images, the space was a dream to photograph.

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  8. I love the peaceful qualities of this home.

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  9. Absolutely stunning! Your work is fabulous and I'm in love with the chandelier.

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  10. Lovely! I can't wait to see more, this place looks amazing. And the view is incredible :)
    Nancy

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  11. Patricia, I am so excited to have a sneak peak of the photo shoot, the space is gorgeous, all your custom pieces complement the suite perfectly.

    I wish you could redesign the building lobby as well. I am sure Mr.Erickson would appreciate that.

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  12. the light fixture in the second image...
    sends me right over the edge.
    i am in love.

    xx

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  13. littlebadwolf6/10/10

    your rooms for the erickson are lovely.

    strangely, the exterior photo looks a lot like frank geary's new 8 spruce st. exterior in new york. great minds must have thought alike!

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  14. I'd be interested to see what the floor plan is like. I need to get a few more clients and then maybe one day I can move into a space like that! great job

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  15. I am visiting via Albarosa, and am delighted to see your latest project. What incredible views. The silver leaf paper on the ceiling echos the shimmery water below.
    Thanks for Sharing,
    Liz

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  16. I am interested in how colors create moods in rooms and spaces. The one photo with the green-violet combination is just beautiful. I am painting through synesthesia which makes me see colors when I hear names and numbers. These colors I transform in paintings. Colors are my life. Some of my paintings were chosen by interior designers just because of the colors.

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  17. beautiful interiors ! Really love the lighting fixture!

    ~Lily/BanappleArt

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  18. Great work, Thanks for sharing

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  19. Hi Patricia. Love the design of the space....and the views are to die for. Such a great project!
    Can't wait to see in NY.

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  20. Hi Patricia I simply love your blog! very informative and interesting... Thanks!

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  21. Nice blog and nice project. The colours are tender and warm. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. que bonito el post!!!meha gustado mucho el blog!!!
    muakisss

    1sillaparamibolso

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  23. Beautifully designed interiors for a spectacular building! I love the silver leaf dining room ceiling!

    best

    Kit

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  24. I love the lamp!! Its perfect for the space!! Where can I get one?Great job! Kiss

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  25. NYC is my home and favored skyline but there is something about Vancouver! Space age & heavenly!

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  26. Great views from this apartment. Also love everything inside great combination of decor.

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  27. wow really beautiful. I'm appreciating Vancouver all over again!

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  28. really amazing decoration...

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  29. The silver leaf cieling is indeed like a silver lining !
    Coming home to that along with the view and your designs would be heavenly!
    pve

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  30. This looks great. I've been to Vancouver once - nice city!

    It must have been great to be part of this project.

    Who wouldn't want to own a little piece of waterfront in Vancouver!

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  31. Looks amazing, can't wait to see more. Love your blog.

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  32. Patricia, you did an AMAZING job there! I was at lost for words when I saw the final look. I think my mouth was opened wide when my husband showed me the pictures. You are very, very talented.
    PS. Thank you for your kind words on my blog :)

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  33. Great!super love the decorations ..=)

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  34. Thanks for sharing this...

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  35. Thanks for a most interesting blog, love the Erikson building. His work will last forever, he was a brilliant Architect.

    In 3 days Montreal got entirely covered with snow.
    Have a very merry Holiday,

    decogirlmontreal

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  36. Beautiful work -- very harmonizing. The colors are warm, as pointed out above, but coupled with the firm, chunky shapes of the furniture, there's a sturdiness and elegance. Luxurious without being ostentatious. Kudos!
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  37. Such an inspiring blog post thanks for sharing.
    canvas art

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