|Address:||90 River Road|
|Firms:||Gaboury Lussier Sigurdson|
Étienne Gaboury’s design for his own family home shows well his unique approach to a regionally minded idiom of modern design. Clad entirely in wood shakes, the home is conceived as an energetic, almost organic assembly of angled and projecting forms. Inside, the residence features spaces both large and intimate, with a fusion of wood, large areas of unembellished (sometimes curved) white plasterwork and decoratively conceived areas of brick, including an impressive hearth.
A graduate of the University of Manitoba and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Gaboury began his practice in 1961.
|Windows:||The front of the house has seven areas of light, of varying unique shapes and sizes|
|Doors:||The main entryway is located at the front of the house, raised above grade|
Entry has a single very wide door that has a protective overhang
|Roof:||The house has a sloped roof with shallow to medium depth eave|
|Materials:||The houses facade is entirely clad in wood shake|
3,808 square feet
|Suburb:||Pulberry, St. Vital|
|Garage:||Attached double garage|
|Frontage Direction:||South east|