Architecture

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.

Q&A: Kengo Kuma on Shaping the Vancouver Skyline

Q&A: Kengo Kuma on Shaping the Vancouver Skyline

"Vancouver is a mixture of street cultures and skyscrapers. East and West meet here, that’s a unique part of it."

VIDEO: Architect Michael Green on Wood Towers and the Future of Architecture

VIDEO: Architect Michael Green on Wood Towers and the Future of Architecture

A look back at last month's M-Power Series talk with architect Michael Green.

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Photos: a 1920s Church is Transformed into an Artist’s Sanctuary

Photos: a 1920s Church is Transformed into an Artist’s Sanctuary

The Scottish Free Presbyterian church is now the studio of artist Jane Irwin.

Vancouver welcomes the world’s tallest timber tower

Vancouver welcomes the world’s tallest timber tower

This hybrid of wood, concrete and steel will be a residence for UBC students

M Power Series: Michael Green and the wood revolution

M Power Series: Michael Green and the wood revolution

Couldn't make our Michael Green event at Brian Jessel BMW? Here's what you missed

Peek inside this live-work laneway house

Peek inside this live-work laneway house

See for yourself how bright pops of colour and industrial details come together in this cool Vancouver live-work space, part of this year’s Modern Architecture and Design Society Home Tour.

Architect Michael Green on why he builds with wood

Architect Michael Green on why he builds with wood

An introduction to the next Brian Jessel M Power Series speaker

You’re invited: Michael Green on building wooden skyscrapers

You’re invited: Michael Green on building wooden skyscrapers

The Governor General's Award-winning architect is set to speak on good—and sustainable—design