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503, 2024

6th & Alberta

March 5th, 2024|

6th & Alberta newly activates the Mount Pleasant site for multiple uses, consisting of a tower, podium, plaza and restored heritage building. Our vision responds to the Broadway Corridor Plan’s 30-year plan by transforming the site for use by light industrial and office based businesses that cultivate Vancouver’s innovation economy. The design celebrates the restored 1913 two-storey

3005, 2022

T3 Mount Pleasant SFU Annex

May 30th, 2022|

Proscenium is excited to be providing Associate Architectural Services to DLR Group for T3 Mount Pleasant, a new 12-storey mass timber building in Mount Pleasant. The project joins other Hines T3 buildings around the world named for their use of mass timber, technology and close proximity to transit. Our firm’s involvement focuses on the relocation and revitalization

2809, 2020

MEC Vancouver

September 28th, 2020|

Winner of the SABMag Award, Canada Green Building Award and BC Wood Design Award, the Vancouver MEC Flagship Store sets a new standard for sustainable, community-oriented retail. Located at the corner of 2nd and Quebec, the three-storey mass timber building embodies MEC's brand identity while acting as a gateway marker to the Olympic Village neighbourhood. The innovative

2810, 2020

Elenore on Fifth

October 28th, 2020|

Elenore on Fifth is a unique mixed-use commercial and residential development at the corner of 5th Ave and Main Street in Vancouver. The entire upper portion of the building is skewed off of the street grid to create a dramatic skyline and maximize the available floor space.  The building is terraced to view the mountains, cascading down

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

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

1308, 2013

Vancouver East Cultural Centre

August 13th, 2013|

Since its conversion to a performing arts facility in the early 1970s, the Vancouver East Cultural Centre has become a cultural landmark for both the neighbourhood of East Vancouver and the City. The rehabilitation program for the Cultch is committed to preserving the intimacy and atmosphere of the historic building, while expanding the complex to better serve

1308, 2013

The Orpheum

August 13th, 2013|

Recognized as one of North America’s finest concert halls and one of Canada’s most significant historic interiors, the Orpheum has remained a viable performing arts venue in Vancouver for nearly a century. Built in 1927 as a vaudeville theatre, the building was saved from demolition in the late 1970s and has become a Class A Heritage building.

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