For 986 Heywood, its architecture transcends any sense of historic style and simply expresses fundamental ideas of permanence, shelter, and light. Modern concrete construction combined with ceramic stone, western red cedar and glass are precisely composed in simple, vertical elements that frame sheltered views to the park and echo the rhythm of trees along the street. Generous glazing, patio and deck spaces draw those views into the life of the buildings interior spaces.
"INSPIRED BY BEACON HILL’S TIMELESS SERENITY"
Gregory Damant, Cascadia Architects