“If I could live downtown and
A VANCOUVER be completely surrounded by glass, I would,”
declares Vancouver fashion photographer Candace
FASHION Meyer, alluding to her fondness for the outdoors.
In reality, she found the next best thing: an airy
PHOTOGR APHER 1,150-square-foot condo with an entire wall of
glass doors that open onto a generous balcony, and
TURNS A GLASS- with glass partitions between rooms that allow
natural light to flow throughout the space. A
AND LIGHT-FILLED bright, white-on-white decorating scheme
enhances the south-facing unit’s generous
CONDO INTO A sunlight, creating a look her photographer’s
eye finds refreshing. “I’m drawn to the clean,
DAZZLING WHITE simple look of a studio. It feels uncluttered and
calm,” she says.
BACKDROP FOR Candace, who has shot for clients such as
HER CHIC STYLE. Anthropologie, Bloomingdale’s, RW & Co. and
Bergdorf Goodman, was already familiar with
the building and its vibrant Yaletown area, which
Styling by TJ Constable Taylor
ABOVE: The living
room in Candace Meyer’s
Vancouver condo is
flooded with light thanks
to a wall of south-facing
windows and doors.
Light continues into
her bedroom via a large
interior window (right).
The cool white space
is punctuated by warm
wood elements: old fir
beams, glossy walnut
floors and plywood
Eames chairs. Art (over
fire) by Angela Grossmann,
Diane Farris Gallery.
Starck’s Bubble Club
sofa is a chic perch on
the 350 sq.ft. balcony.
Wicker rockers, Chintz &
Co.; bowl, 18Karat.