This is a beautiful wheelchair accessible house located in a wooded area of near Vancouver, British Columbia. Showing how a home can be modified to be accessible along with aesthetic design. I came across this house in an article on Busyboo.com:
This project is a renovation and addition to a 1950s, modernist spec-built rancher of 3,000 sq. ft. designed to meet the requirements of Mr. Siple, an independent filmmaker who is also confined to a wheelchair.
Just a quick note coming from a person working at a Center for Independent Living. Try not to use words like “confined to a wheelchair” or “wheelchair bound”. Instead use something more along the lines of “wheelchair user”. Yes it’s a PC thing but it’s respectful and little things like that can go a long way.