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2510, 2023

BCIT SW1 Renewal Study

October 25th, 2023|

Proscenium worked with BCIT (British Columbia Institute of Technology) in 2022-23 to develop a Feasibility Study for the comprehensive renewal of the SW1 Building at the Burnaby campus. The Study envisions the seamless integration of four wings of the 1962 building, home to over ten academic and administrative departments, and includes structural, seismic, architectural and functional programmatic

1611, 2022

UBC MacLeod Renewal

November 16th, 2022|

The MacLeod Building Renewal comprehensively refreshed UBC's Electrical and Computer Engineering building for a new generation of study. The extensive renovation project, a collaboration between Proscenium and Teeple Architects, carried out a sensitive architectural retrofit of a 1967 building designed by the celebrated Vancouver firm Thompson Berwick & Pratt. This project renovated the building down to its

1308, 2017

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

August 13th, 2017|

Built in 1959 as part of an international design competition, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is home to Vancouver Opera and Ballet BC. Working closely with the facility’s staff and users, Proscenium Architecture + Interiors developed a long-range planning study for the 50-year old Queen Elizabeth Theatre in 1994. The study identified upgrades including the building systems, code

2806, 2016

Christ Church Cathedral Exterior

June 28th, 2016|

Recipient of an AIBC Special Jury Award and a City of Vancouver Heritage Award, Proscenium has executed four phases of upgrades to the Christ Church Cathedral. The most recent renewal replaced the roof, improving weather protection and thermal performance while integrating acoustic upgrades and completing the seismic diaphragm—all the while protecting and preserving the building's important heritage

2101, 2015

MEC Head Office

January 21st, 2015|

MEC’s new head office was designed under the company’s sustainability agenda, using innovative technology to minimize its environmental footprint and provide an enhanced and healthy work environment for its employees. The mass timber structure employs advanced lighting and air-control systems which coupled with a building envelope designed to maximize natural light; allows the structure to be 70

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