This project involved the extensive renovation of a west side heritage home in Vancouver. A single family home was converted into three stacked units, all accessible and connected by elevator. Permission for a third living unit was achieved through a successful application to the Board of Variance. While the exterior shell was left relatively intact, all interior layouts were changed to make accessible living space throughout. A three-storey addition at the east side yard moved vertical circulation (stair and elevator) out of the floor area for the units. The fully reconfigured upper storey features vaulted ceilings and skylights throughout. The interior design for this project is contemporary and bright, integrating accessibility with simple and clean product selection.