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Canadian surf town informs design for taco restaurant by September

July 21, 2020 Kristine Klein 0
Tacofino by September

Natural colours and beach textures from a Canadian surf town informed the design of this Vancouver restaurant by local studio September. Kit’s Burrito Bar is located on West 4th Street in the city’s Kitsilano neighbourhood. It is the latest outpost of Tacofino, a Mexican restaurant that serves tacos and burritos in a Californian style. September

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Green and yellow Eames chairs fill Tacofino Ocho restaurant in Vancouver

April 24, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Ocho by September

This taco restaurant in Vancouver, designed by local studio September, is filled with fibreglass Eames chairs and stools, lush plants and curvy black tables. Located in the city’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, the Mexican eatery occupies a former factory building that Australian architect H H Simmonds completed in 1942. September designed the restaurant called Tacofino Ocho

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Morphosis unveils 13-storey Lululemon headquarters for Vancouver

March 19, 2020 Bridget Cogley 0
Lululemon Headquarters by Morphosis

Architecture firm Morphosis has designed a building with slanted walls for the headquarters of athletic clothing brand Lululemon in Vancouver, Canada. The project, known as the Store Support Centre, will serve as the corporate home for Lululemon, which was founded in the city in 1998 by Chip Wilson. Morphosis designed the project with local studio

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Ste Marie decorates Vancouver bakery and flour mill in “malty hues”

December 30, 2019 James Brillon 0
Flourist Bakery Ste Marie Art and Design

Vancouver interiors studio Ste Marie has designed an artisanal flour shop and bakery in the city that has furniture influenced by the American Shaker movement. Ste Marie was enlisted by bakery and flour mill Flourist to design their first location in the city. In addition to the mill, the shop includes baking facilities, a cafeteria,

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Campos Studio arranges Vancouver home around three-storey “toy chest”

December 29, 2019 James Brillon 0
The Brick House by Campos Studio

Canadian practice Campos Studio has designed this home in Vancouver for a family with four children, featuring walls of reclaimed brick and an open stairwell filled with nooks, storage spaces and hangout spots. The property called The Brick House is located in the Canadian city’s Point Grey neighbourhood and takes its name from the main

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Vancouver home by D’Arcy Jones Architects designed to mesh with neighbouring buildings

December 2, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
House with Two Bay Windows by D'Arcy Jones Architects

Dark grey cladding, snowy white interiors and ample natural light feature in this home with a basement apartment, designed by Canadian studio D’Arcy Jones Architects for an extended family. The House With Two Bay Windows is located in Riley Park, an historic neighbourhood in central Vancouver. Once situated on the city’s edge, the area has

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D’Arcy Jones defines Deep Cove House in Vancouver with slanted wood-clad walls

November 7, 2019 Bridget Cogley 0
Deep Cove House by D'Arcy Jones Architects

Canadian studio D’Arcy Jones Architects has designed this clifftop house in Vancouver to be “part look-out tower, part courtyard and part landform”. Slanted walls angled outwards define the top floor of the three-storey Deep Cove House, which then steps down a slope north of downtown Vancouver, across Burrard Inlet on the North Shore. Western red

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A Sunken Garage Allows This New House To Remain At Eye Level With The Street

October 14, 2019 Erin 0

Photography by Ema Peter Photography D’Arcy Jones Architects (DJA) has recently completed a new infill house in Vancouver, Canada, that’s covered in dark shingles and has a sunken garage. The path to the front door runs alongside a line of trees that create a barrier from the sloped driveway, and provide a view of one […]

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Angular black house by Campos Studio is designed around Canadian rainforest clearing

October 5, 2019 James Brillon 0
Sooke Project by Campos Studio

Black metal panels and angled wooden slats cover this pointed house Canadian practice Campos Studio has created for a woman and her dog living in Pacific Northwest rainforest. The property is set among forest in a small municipality called Sooke, which is located on Canada’s Vancouver Island. The area is known for its dense old-growth

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Blue trim and terracotta tiles enliven Vancouver tapas joint by Ste Marie

August 30, 2019 Bridget Cogley 0

Vancouver studio Ste Marie has designed a cafe in the city wrapped in tiles as a riff on cosy, compact Spanish tapas bars. The local design studio modelled the eatery Como Taperia on Spain’s “standing-room-only” tapas bars in places like Barcelona’s lively Poble Sec neighbourhood and Madrid’s La Latina district. “At Como, our goal was

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