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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

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

211, 2023

45 West 7th

November 2nd, 2023|

45 West 7th is a vibrant new mixed-use project in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood. Our design team sculpted the building in response to the required setbacks, accentuating these recesses through form and materiality to create a zigzagging visual sweep that gives it movement and dynamism. Proscenium’s fifth project in the area, 45 West 7th creates 72,315 ft2

2012, 2022

Earles Street

December 20th, 2022|

Proscenium is providing full architectural design services for Earles Street, a dynamic new residential development in the Collingwood neighbourhood of Vancouver. The project includes a six-lot consolidation with four buildings built above a shared underground parkade. The design of this residential block is intended to create visual interest and diversity from the street view. The façades along

912, 2020

750 Southwest Marine Drive

December 9th, 2020|

750 Southwest Marine Drive is a new eight-storey, mixed-use building between Oak St. and Cambie St. in Vancouver’s South Marpole district. Within walking distance of Marine Drive Skytrain station, the project offers much-needed office and light industrial space to the burgeoning commercial district. Set back from Marine Drive, the design allows for ample landscaping and a pedestrian

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