A Living Gallery of Natural Daylight

Toni and David's Time House, on Vancouver Island, is a Paradise Home that blurs the boundaries between architecture, art, and nature. With a roof made almost entirely of glass, it offers a seamless connection to the natural world.
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A Timeless Paradise Home

For Toni and David, Time House was about creating living poetry and art with daylight. It uses 57 VELUX Modular Skylights and an ingenious wooden slat design to cast captivating patterns of light and shadow throughout house. This not only enhances the home's interior décor but also connects it to the natural rhythm of time, marked by the sun's path rather than a clock.

Toni’s Bright Idea for Home Building

As an architect, Toni knows a thing or two about what it takes to build a Paradise Home. Discover her number one tip for building a house.

Light as Art

Learn how Toni moulded daylight into a dynamic example of art in Time House.

Making Nature’s House

Time House is more than an indoor-outdoor home. Discover how its design embraces the natural environment and brings it closer those within.

Creating a Cooler Living Space

Explore how VELUX Modular Skylights deliver a simple but sustainable ventilation strategy for Toni and David's Time House.

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