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1306, 2017

Langara College Science & Technology Building

June 13th, 2017|

The Science & Technology Building is a collaborative project with Teeple Architects. Conceived of as the gateway for the Langara College campus, the building boasts an impressive cantilever over the 49th Avenue entrance roadway. The building is organized into two primary blocks, one on top of another. The lower block consists of the College Registrars offices, Computer Science

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

Stanley Theatre

August 13th, 2013|

The Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage opened in 1998 as the Arts Club Theatre Company’s flagship venue, transforming an abandoned movie theatre on South Granville into a fully functioning 650-seat performing arts venue. The design team worked within the parameters of the tight urban site to balance restoration of heritage elements with major interventions to the existing building

1308, 2013

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

August 13th, 2013|

Built in 1959 as part of an international design competition, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is now home to Vancouver Opera and Ballet British Columbia. Since 1996, Vancouver Civic Theatres has committed to a long range strategy for the restoration, rehabilitation and renovation of the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in order to enhance the theatre’s production capabilities, acoustic performance,

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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