Inspired by the Rebbe – Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of blessed memory, the Chabad Centre welcomes everyone who is
seeking the wisdom and warmth of Judaism, regardless of their religious background, affiliation or financial means.
The contemporary style building comprises three floors. Its design
includes natural ventilation, rain harvesting and LED lighting.
As part of the Capital Park development, these heritage designated houses were relocated to form a grouping at the corner of Government and Michigan Streets. The houses had been previously used by the Provincial Government.
Following relocation, the interiors of the houses were dismantled for seismic upgrading and the installation of sprinklers, ventilation, and other building systems. The conversion of the buildings to rental accommodation was achieved with only minor changes to the room layouts, and almost no exterior alterations. Full basements were constructed, with brick exterior
Positioned in the vibrant Oaklands neighbourhood, surrounded by lush
trees and greenery, this traditionally inspired collection of twelve, three
storey townhouses consists of three and four bedroom homes which offer between 1,640 and 1,700 sq. ft.
A variety of floor plans offer flexible living areas designed to suit changing needs and generous living space.
This development consists of 147 residential suites, separated into two
The buildings were designed to accommodate large studio, one and two
bedroom units for rent, a community fitness centre, secure bicycle storage and an onsite office space for a full-time property manager/concierge. Considerable attention was given to provide a lush landscaped parking area at the rear of the property that improves views for inhabitants and neighbours.
Construction materials were selected for their aesthetic appeal and their
durability so these buildings will look great for years to come.
This 7,700 sq. ft. adaptive re-use project’s objective was to take a derelict corner across from Victoria’s Royal Theatre and transform it into a vibrant cultural hub that enhances the arts district of downtown, anchors the urban neighborhood for the burgeoning residential population and
promotes the talent of local businesses.
The two storey building was demised into four units, all leased to local entrepreneurs. Originally office space, the upper floor was converted into a rooftop restaurant that features an expansive south-facing rooftop patio with views of the heritage façade of the Royal Theatre. The ground floor was converted into three separate retail and office units with a core of common washrooms and shower facilities for tenant use. An architectural feature to note is the steel and glass covered stairway which serves as the main entrance to the second floor restaurant space.
How to transform a 1950s bank building into an eye catching and dynamic health services clinic was the design and build challenge for this project. Located at the intersection of Cook and Cloverdale, the site is a highly
The building was designed with stepped roof heights to denote the different functions of the interior space. Varied exterior shading treatments (corten steel and perforated corrugated metal screening) were used to generate an intimate interior space given the highly glazed façade. A curved brick façade and landscaping soften the project’s relationship with the street corner.
Additional features include curved perimeter walls, a round skylight well and continuous curtain wall transoms around the west addition.
Some salvaged Bank of Montreal structure (floors structural supports, T&G ceiling) was incorporated.
Rosalie’s Village consists of 42 housing units in three buildings: one four storey apartment building, and two, four unit townhouses. The units include 18 two bedroom units for single mothers with children, 20 one bedroom units for older women at-risk, one housemother unit, and three emergency shelter units.
The Village includes Mary’s Place, an on-site, licensed daycare for 37 infants and school-age children. The Village also has a community kitchen and Rosalie’s Centre for Women and Children provides on-site assistance as required by tenants, including a Woman’s day program, work training programs, life skills training, emergency relief, vouchers, and workshops
Rosalie’s Village is designed to meet the requirements of the Built Green Gold standard of sustainability.
Designed in a modern style, this two storey facility is home to Starline Windows distribution warehouse and sales centre. The occupancy on the main floor is the warehouse and loading docks with an adjoining sales room and reception/administration. The partial second storey houses open office space, boardroom, and private offices.
80 per cent of the building’s exterior uses Starline products: the building is
essentially a business card for their operations. Numerous green features are included in the build.
Travino Square is six storey concrete/wood frame condo building with 58 suites. The 72,000 sq. ft. building is the third of five at Travino. The building is unique for many reasons: dramatic roofline, range of suites from 450 to 2,100 sq. ft., oversize balconies and vaulted ceiling penthouses. The Built Green Gold building includes an Acoustitech soundproofing system and no layer of concrete between floors to reduce building load and lumber. Travino Square offers a rooftop patio with outdoor seating, gas fire pit and 360 degree views, Garry Oak dog walk/indoor pet washing station.
Travino Square is part of a master planned project that preserves 70 per cent of 7.2 acres for green spaces, which includes restoration of a Garry Oak meadow.
Element is a three story, 15 residential and two commercial unit mixed-use
condominium located in the heart of Cadboro Bay Village. Element offers true west coast living in a seaside neighbourhood.
Built to Built Green Gold Certification, Element beachside residence’s warm, west coast architecture accented with natural details in wood, stone, and glass blend seamlessly with the tree-lined streets and sandy beaches of Cadboro Bay.