Round, curved, circle, or porthole windows - whatever you call them, create a "talking point" within a home. Round windows were traditionally used in the stained glass designs found in old churches or as portholes for passengers on ships. Today, circular windows are used as unexpected design elements in many modern homes and commercial buildings. The use of the round window can transform a space, a perfect design solution to create a unique experience for the viewer. An instant focal point that can transform a room giving it an instant facelift or feeling of ZEN.
6959 Marine Drive located near Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver incorporates not one but two large circular windows throughout the home. The outlook is nature, giving the view depth and making the audience want to explore a little more. It's a lovely place to call home.