// arthitectural / Vancouver
  • A sweeping, spiraled building vocabulary designed to maximize floorplate efficacy, and symbolically capture energy created by the adjacent bridge ramps. Checkout Vancouver’s newest gem; South Creek Landing. Designed by Arno Matis Architecture, this innovative, transit-oriented edifice located at the southwestern foot of the Cambie bridge may soon become the symbolic gateway to Vancity’s uptown. A […]


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  • Camo-Density or: How I learned to love living in a hedge As the city of Vancouver continues to grow, there is increasing demand for central living accommodation. As Vancouver’s downtown core reaches its maximum build out – with few lot’s left for development – attention needs to be directed to its single units detached neighborhoods […]


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Hallingdal was designed by Nanna Ditzel in 1965. Since when it has become as famous for its durability as for its rich colour palette. Today more than forty-five years later it remains one of Kvadrat’s best-selling products and has earned its place as a design classic. A familiar fixture in public spaces, hospitals, schools and […]


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