Whistler Compass Pointe House

June 6th, 2011



Whistler, B.C. is known for having amazing, luxurious contemporary homes. This particular one known as the Compass Pointe House was designed by Sean Anderson while the final touches were completed by Kelly Deck.

As you walk into the house through a 10-foot Italian pivot door, you’ll notice the two-storey vaulted ceilings. The floors are hardwoods alongside heated tile limited areas of carpet. There are a number of other features to see, but I particularly enjoy the private patio and stylish on-wall wine collection. All of it could be yours for $6,490,000.

Found on The Contemporist / Photos Kristen McGaughey














Posted by on 06/6/11 in Architecture, Interior design

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  1. thehalvo says:

    There are some elements of this design that I love, and some definitely aren’t to my taste. The outside/views look crazy hot, and some sections of the house look amazing, but some of that stone work (next to the staircase for example) doesn’t look like it flows with the direction the house was headed in; like in comparison to the wood in the bedroom. The bathrooms also seem a little weak, almost like they got to those and didn’t know what to do. Anyone agree?


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