When it comes to West Coast architecture, Fred Hollingsworth is a rock star. He invented the Neoteric style —affordable family housing with simple post and beam construction.
See the full story in Sensational Victoria: Bright lights, red lights, murders, ghosts and gardens
Stephen Winn and Sandi Miller used to go out of their way to drive past 3516 Richmond Road in Victoria.
As part of the Trend House program, the house was one of 11 built in 1954 and sponsored by BC forest industries to boost retail lumber, plywood and shingle sales.
Suzanne Wilson has photographed more than 3,300 North Vancouver houses that are now demolished. She has posted pictures and the social history of many of them are on her blog site.