EAGLE HARBOUR, West Vancouver

Eagle’s Nest. Sitting on a giant piece of granite, this home overlooks a beautiful marina of the Eagle Harbour Yacht Club. Built by a famous Vancouver architect Fulvio Sorrentino back in the 1970s, the home features painted wood to reflect the natural beauty of its surroundings.


  • LEICHT Primo with custom handles
  • Door Style: LEICHT Bondi in Carbon Grey
  • Door Style: LEICHT Orlando in Tennessee Walnut
  • Countertop: Caesarstone Vanilla Noir in 20 mm
  • Sink and faucet: Blanco and Brizzo
  • Appliances: Bosch DW, Oven and Cooktop
  • Appliances: Liebherr fridge and freezer
  • Ventilation Hood: Elica Palermo
  • LEICHT integrated LED under-cabinet, shelving and drawers
LEICHT Kitchen was chosen specifically for its ability to integrate right into the heart of this beautiful dwelling without disturbing the original post and beam construction. Four rooms merged into one, the kitchen, dining, bar and living area became one spacious area, bridging the gap between exterior and interior even further.
Custom handles hide themselves in plain view. The kitchen neatly integrates itself in the architecture of this classic post and beam home.
A hood fan structure is in a primitive shape of an eagle. Counter-matched handles lend the walnut doors a special bit of attention. Vanilla Noir countertop consumes light and attention.
Two millimeters was the room for error for the integration of the stairs and the kitchen island. Shelf lighting is Bluetooth controlled for the temperature and dimmability. Walnut warmth carries on into the living room.
Back of the island is full of surprises. Internal drawers’ reign is everlasting. The support pillar design has been thought through, giving the kitchen a bespoke integration.
Architecture + Kitchen. Lines flow and shapes form. From simplicity comes the utmost elegance.