Fifteen Fifteen in Coal Harbour brings to life a powerful and provocative idea—redefining the entire premise of vertical living with homes that immerse themselves in the extraordinary natural and urban landscapes of Vancouver. It is designed to dissolve the friction felt between forced choices one might feel having to choose between these dualities like mountain/sea, city/space, privacy/amenities. This connectivity to nature and the city—physically and socially—is an important tenet of Scheeren’s vision.
The 42-storey tower introduces horizontality to vertical living with dramatic glass-enclosed cantilevers, including a double-height residents’ lounge with a fireplace and private dining room, that extend towards the nearby harbour, mountains, and Stanley Park. Subtly elegant interiors emphasizing wood and other natural materials reinforce the connection between the residences and Vancouver’s pristine environment.