There will be a public Open House on February 21st to witness the evolution of the Beach & Howe project designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, BIG.
Deck Two’s Global City is a mural that, as its name suggests, aims to encompass the world, or at least, its architecture.
One of the most talked about sites in Vancouver’s recent history is the former Olympic Village. From the Olympic celebrations to the eco-sustainability of it’s infrastructure to the cost overruns and lingering public debt, the site has been the subject of more coverage than any other neighbourhood in recent memory. …
While Moby may be first and foremost best known for his music, his latest venture sees him dipping into a whole different territory.
On November 28, 2011, City of Vancouver Planning Director, Brent Toderian, spoke to the members of the Urban Development Institute on issues relating to affordability, city planning, CACs, architecture and housing supply: You can follow along with the slides below (or download them for future reference): Brent Toderian’s Presentation UDI Final
The TEDx program is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue.
Renowned housing expert Dr. Avi Friedman looks at what makes housing unaffordable in Vancouver and why we should care.
The 3rd Annual Vancouver Special Tour will get you inside to see how people have renovated and updated 5 east side Vancouver Specials.
This Thursday, one of Vancouver’s most respected urbanists, Michael Geller will present a retrospective of his career.
The theme of the next PechaKucha Night Vancouver will be West Coast Modernism. it is being held with the West Vancouver Museum on June 23rd.