The accessory building designed by MGB Architecture is a small home office in a residential neighborhood in northern Vancouver, Canada. The office is fully functional and, in addition to a work area, there are rooms for meetings and relaxation. Public access from the street leads to a courtyard and mezzanine. The public side of the building is quite modest and blends in very well with the topography. The indoor grinder is very practical. It’s designed to maximize storage space and minimize clutter. Large sliding doors open to expand the corner to the garden courtyard. The garden has interesting vertical and horizontal levels that create a variety of weather-proof spaces. The terrace system connects different structures with one another.