Bosa Properties & Kingswood Properties
I was recently invited by Bosa to experience and capture their latest project, Fifteen Fifteen. Designed by Ole Schereen, it was born from an idea of three-dimensional living. Fifteen Fifteen’s strong sculptural form introduces horizontality to an urban tower, allowing its residences the experience of true immersion with 270-degree views that bring the world to you.
Nicknamed the Jenga Building in Vancouver, rigorous structural engineering allows for the tower’s more daring architectural moments, particularly the multi-storey projections wrapped in glass and steel. Fifteen Fifteen's most striking spaces are the collection of cantilevered residences, envisioned by Ole to project outward and float above the city.
As the first residential offering by Ole Scheeren in North America, Fifteen Fifteen was envisioned as a rare and distinctive work of precision-driven architecture. Redefining vertical living with a distinctive silhouette reaching towards the water, mountains, and city, the new project will be located in the coveted Coal Harbour neighbourhood, making it easy to enjoy Vancouver’s natural setting in your private space.
Occupying one of the most coveted spaces in the building, the Sky Lounge, a stunning double-height lounge cantilevered out, exposes steel trusses showcasing Ole's precision-driven architecture toward 270-degree panoramas.