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WHISTLER RESIDENCE 1

WHISTLER RESIDENCE 1

With minimal visual noise and clean lines, the home in Whistler, BC, echoes the calm and stillness of a glacial field. The large terrace and glass wall provides an uninterrupted view of the surrounding scenery and enhances the dramatic location. Located in a picturesque spot and with mountain and lake views, this lot is a gateway to coastal wilderness, including a steep, rocky uphill location backing onto dense mo[...]

MAPLEWOOD GARDENS – BUILDING T1

MAPLEWOOD GARDENS – BUILDING T1

T1 at Maplewood Gardens is a 12 storey mass timber, mixed-use building that is terraced to offer an amenity space at the roof with spectacular views of the north shore. Components of the timber structure are designed to be Architecturally exposed to take full advantage of the visual beauty of wood. Where wood is exposed, the fire rating is achieved through charring calculations to maintain the structural performan[...]

MAIN + FORTY FIRST

MAIN + FORTY FIRST

This upcoming 6-storey mixed-use development will contain retail space, below 5 levels of residential space, as well as underground parking. The development will feature Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) floors on the residential levels and concrete in the levels below. The floor panels are architecturally exposed at the ceiling to providing a naturally textured and warm appearance for this modern building. Rende[...]

MAILLARDVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE

MAILLARDVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE

The new Maillardville Community Centre will be a hub and resource for the local community. The Centre will have a gymnasium, a lobby/reception area, multi-purpose rooms, a kitchen, an administration/office area and a childcare space. This 20,000 sq.ft contemporary building, constructed of structural steel over a concrete parkade level, will impart a sense of modernism and provide up-to-date facilities for the commun[...]

MAYNE ISLAND FIRE HALL

MAYNE ISLAND FIRE HALL

8,000 sq.ft. fire hall on Mayne Island in the southern Gulf Island of BC. The design was completed in August of 2010, however, due to financial constraints construction did not start. The key structural challenge for the 2010 design was the transom window framing around the apparatus bay. This wrap-around glazing broke up the seismic resisting system by interrupting the lateral load transfer from the roof to the fou[...]