I believe that quality projects require a skilled and talented team. That’s why Hughes Timber Craft works with many local builders, designers, and other trades to build beautiful, long-lasting West Coast homes of the highest quality and craftsmanship. Find my collaborations below.

“Clean Lines In Modern Times” – In Progress

This new contemporary home is being built on an old vacant lot in a mid-century neighbourhood. Stay tuned for more photos of this unique project.

Collaboration between Hughes Timber Craft and Inside Story Design and Consulting Ltd.

“Kye Bay Custom” Home by the Sea

Hughes Timber Craft worked with General Contractor Rick Rowland on this small but detailed custom home in Kye Bay, Comox BC. Many interesting features in this build; a 14 foot tall retaining wall built into the foundation (at rear), a raft footing, roof top patio, an Air BnB on the lower level, and constructed adjacent to a culturally significant First Nations burial.

“The Minim” Tiny Home

The Minim is a tiny home concept designed by Foundry Architects and Brian Levy.  This project was created in collaboration with Gnomadik Workshop, known for their tiny homes and artistry. The features include a standing seam metal roof, local western red cedar siding and solid wood floors and countertop.

Photography by others.

“River Field Four” Estate Build

This project is a custom 4200 sq. ft home with additional utility building and horse stable. It was designed as a dwelling for two retired couples with a caretaker suite on the 2nd floor. Hughes Timber Craft is working along side general contractor Rick Rowland, all trades and River Field 4

Photography by Victor

“Sidney On The Rocks” Island Build

Hughes Timber Craft worked with general contractor Rick Rowland of Inside Story Design and Consulting to take this home to lock-up.

Located in the southern gulf islands on British Columbia’s west coast, building on a rocky island required blasting rock to allow for a proper basement and foundation.

Being on an island, every stage of construction needed to be planned carefully. The concrete trucks had to load and unload off of a barge within a window of high tide. As well, we added a retarder in the mix to prolong curing. With no ferry service to the island we brought in all supplies by boat or plane!

Thank you to our talented and hardworking crew, our wonderful clients and everyone else who helped bring this project together!