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The work of Rural / Urban / Fantasy / Project, the multi-disciplinary design firm founded by Sean Pearson, contains both a rigorous aesthetic and an open-ness to crossing creative borders.

Rather than starting with an idea of form, RUF focuses on the experiential aspect of the space they will create. Leaving behind any pre-conceived ideas of a project, they allow the design to emerge out of the narrative they weave with a client - whether it is a landscape, building, or branding concept.

With their wide ranging international experience, grounded in a certain Canadian sensibility, their work is marked by high design standards and originality, but also by a commitment to an in-situ approach that respects the local, even as it references the global. Whether it's an exquisite line in a Salt Spring Island house that brings the outside in and reinvigorates the tradition of West Coast Modernism, or a clever play between solidity and transparency in a Soweto sports stadium that contributes to a new architectural language in South Africa, RUF's vision and integrity shine through.

Services Provided
Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Home Additions, New Home Construction, Construction Drawings

Areas Served
Vancouver, Arbutus Ridge, Barnet, Belcarra, Burnaby, Coal Harbour, Coquitlam, Deep Cove, Delta, Fishermans Cove, Hastings-Sunrise, Hollyburn, Killarney, Kitsilano, Ladner, Lynn Creek, New Westminster, North Burnaby, North Vancouver, Renfrew-Collingwood, Richmond, Steelhead, Sunset, Surrey, West Point Grey, West Vancouver, Whytecliff, Yaletown

Certifications and Awards
2013 / City of Vancouver Heritage Award2012 / Emerging Architect Award from Western Living Magazine2012 / AZ Award : Best Commercial and Institutional Architecture2012 / Architect Award / Canada Wood Council 2011 / World Inside Award
Contact: Sean Pearson
Location: 260-49 Dunlevy Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia V6A3A3
Typical Job Costs: CAD $800,000 - $5,000,000
Commented: what is the countertop? caesar stone - color is raven
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Commented: What is the wood that was used for the interior and exterior ceilings? Exterior soffits are Alaskan Yellow Cedar; Interior ceilings are Hemlock.
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Commented: Load? The solid glass fins resist horizontal wind loads; so they are important. The span is taken care of by a 3' x 10.5" Glulam with 4 point loads to 4" HSS steel columns. This glulam beam is 108...
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Commented: Ceiling Hemlock
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Commented: Glazing This is custom fixed glazing; using an double pane argon filled insulated glazing unit set in aluminium channels top and bottom. The fins are 3/4" glass acting as mullions to resist lateral press...
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Commented: ceiling/soffit spacing? 3/32"; best of luck!
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