Architecture

Designer Q&A: MA+HG Architects principals Marianne Amodio and Harley Grusko

Designer Q&A: MA+HG Architects principals Marianne Amodio and Harley Grusko

The power couple mix playfulness and architectural integrity.

First Look: IDS Vancouver Opens Tonight

First Look: IDS Vancouver Opens Tonight

A sneak peek at the design magic that awaits at IDS Vancouver this weekend.

Are Our Urban Planners Thinking Small Enough?

Are Our Urban Planners Thinking Small Enough?

Though the Vancouver skyline is rapidly evolving, it’s not actually starchitect projects or record-setting skyscrapers that make a city great: the change that creates an engaged, active community and improves the quality of life happens...

Sneak a Peek at Two Gorgeous Homes on the Vancouver Modern Home Tour

Sneak a Peek at Two Gorgeous Homes on the Vancouver Modern Home Tour

Consider this your pre-game for next weekend's tour.

Spite Houses are a Testament to Humanity’s Capacity for Genius and Evil

Spite Houses are a Testament to Humanity’s Capacity for Genius and Evil

Vancouver isn't exempt from spite-driven architecture either.

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A Silicon Valley Company Just Bought One of Vancouver’s Most Esteemed Architecture Firms

A Silicon Valley Company Just Bought One of Vancouver’s Most Esteemed Architecture Firms

With hopes of creating affordable housing, Katerra acquires Michael Green Architecture, a local firm that uses wood to reduce building costs by at least 30 percent.

Reason to Love Vancouver #7: We’re Finally Getting a Skyline

Reason to Love Vancouver #7: We’re Finally Getting a Skyline

These three developments will redefine our urban landscape.

Then and Now: What We Think of Vancouver’s Most Iconic Buildings

Then and Now: What We Think of Vancouver’s Most Iconic Buildings

Industry experts scrutinize Vancouver's successes and failures after five decades of architectural overhaul.

Cool Workspace: Rennie Group’s Remodelled Chinatown Office

Cool Workspace: Rennie Group’s Remodelled Chinatown Office

See how a heritage space became home to a bustling real estate marketing and brokerage firm.

This Robotic Furniture Opens Up the Possibilities of Small-Space Living

This Robotic Furniture Opens Up the Possibilities of Small-Space Living

One day you'll be able to hack your square footage with this transforming (and kind of magical) piece of furniture.

Could This Be the End of Single-Family Houses in Vancouver?

Could This Be the End of Single-Family Houses in Vancouver?

UBC researcher Joseph Dahmen on why so many homes get torn down, and what should replace them.