This stunning home is perched on the craggy cliffside on the shores of Bowen Island. Boasting 180-degree water and mountain views, this ultra-private residence is accessed via boat and private dock and seems to survey the surrounding waters in protection of the rugged landscape. Inspired by the contours of the wild topography it sits upon, many of the design features of this home mimic the wild beauty of B.C.’s West Coast. Nearly two-thirds of the exterior of the house are state-of-the-art glass panels melding interior and exterior spaces including several, sleek balconies, one with a hot tub for entertaining and relaxing. Stone accents both inside and out provide form and presence in this large, yet airy space, and a central stair anchors the home and provides stability at its core. Nautical shiplap-inspired walls in the kitchen sit in juxtaposition with the modern, bright cabinetry and extensive use of cantilevers allows for clean suspended elements throughout.