Point Grey Laneway is a re-imagination of a traditional colonial style laneway. Respectful of the Japanese Canadians that have lived in Vancouver for generations, allowing them to age in place. The project was exectued as a colloboration between Vancouver design firm Campos Studio and Blue Design. The intent is to provide affordable rental housing through soft density. The form replicates the city's predominant craftsman revival form while maintaining the goal to make this minimal space a truly liveable environment with only 640 square feet. The building is intentionally asymmetric and clad in hand stained split face hand painted shakes and metal.