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Caribou Point Studio / Peter Braithwaite Studio

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3600 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  BML Metals , Maibec, Martin Windows

The Bridge House / Vallely Architecture

The Bridge House / Vallely Architecture - Exterior Photography, Houses, Garden, Stairs, Facade, HandrailThe Bridge House / Vallely Architecture - Exterior Photography, Houses, Garden, Facade, StairsThe Bridge House / Vallely Architecture - Interior Photography, Houses, Bedroom, Beam, Facade, Door, ChairThe Bridge House / Vallely Architecture - Interior Photography, Houses, Kitchen, Countertop, Sink, Table, ChairThe Bridge House / Vallely Architecture - More Images+ 29

North Vancouver, Canada

Courtyard House / Leckie Studio Architecture + Design Inc.

Courtyard House / Leckie Studio Architecture + Design Inc. - Exterior Photography, Houses, Facade, Fence
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Vancouver, Canada

8X On The Park Apartments / GBL Architects

8X On The Park Apartments / GBL Architects - Exterior Photography, Landmarks & Monuments, Facade, Cityscape
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GROW Housing / Modern Office of Design and Architecture

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The Return of the Tub: Traditional Bathtub Typologies into Contemporary Bathroom Design

Although they are an integral and necessary space in residential architecture, the wide variety of design opportunities for bathrooms has often remained overlooked in favor of practicality. Historically programmed for privacy, the contemporary bathroom has been re-imagined for a greater sense of openness and comfort - finding a delicate balance between privacy and exposure is facilitated by design objects such as the tub.

OG Home & Studio / Omar Gandhi Architect

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BlackCliff House / Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses

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West Vancouver, Canada

South Haven Centre for Remembrance / SHAPE Architecture + Group2 Architecture Interior Design

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The Potential of Bamboo and Mass Timber for the Construction Industry: An Interview with Pablo van der Lugt

The Potential of Bamboo and Mass Timber for the Construction Industry: An Interview with Pablo van der Lugt  - Featured Image
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Pablo van der Lugt is an architect, author and speaker. His research focuses on the potential of materials such as bamboo and mass timber for the construction sector, and their positive impacts on the world. “Throughout my professional career both in university (including my PhD research on the carbon footprint of engineered bamboo and wood) and industry the past 15 years I have found there are many misconceptions about these materials which hamper their large scale adoption. For this reason I ‘translated’ my research findings into two contemporary books for designers and architects about the potential of bamboo: Booming Bamboo, and engineered timber: Tomorrow’s Timber. They aim to dispel these myths and show the incredible potential of the latest generation of biobased building materials in the required transition to a carbon neutral, healthy and circular built environment.” We recently had the opportunity to talk with him about these topics. Read more below.

Lonsdale Avenue Commercial Building / Hemsworth Architecture

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North Vancouver, Canada

Upper Skeena Recreation Center / Hemsworth Architecture

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Wood Innovation Design Centre / Michael Green Architecture

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Ventana House / HK Associates Inc

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Polygon Gallery / Patkau Architects

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North Vancouver, Canada

Could Tall Wood Construction Be the Future of High-Rise Buildings?

Across the globe, tall wood structures have begun transforming the world of skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, ushering in an important shift to an architectural practice that has traditionally been dominated by steel and concrete. Typically defined as wood-constructed buildings over 14 stories or 50 meters high, the past six years have seen over 44 tall wood buildings built or underway around the world. Notable examples include Michael Green Architecture and DLR Group’s T3 and Team V Architectuur’s upcoming 73 meter residential tower HAUT.