Atelier Gryphon Art Lives Here: Brent Comber
Brent Comber Originals is an art and design studio that creates sculpted objects, functional pieces and design environments. Brent’s work is deeply rooted in a knowledge of, and respect for, place.
Materials are sustainably sourced from the surrounding area, and designed and milled at his oceanfront workshop and gallery. Through the exploration of materials; wood, stone, glass, resources are taken at their purest form and transformed into objects of recognition yet the fundamental elements remain. Brent takes care to ensure that every piece retains its story, its relationship with the greater system, and that this story remains visible throughout his body of work.
Brent’s own story is similarly rooted, he is the fourth generation of his family to be raised within the Pacific Northwest. Ranging from residential to commercial installations, the spirit of the coast is embedded into his work. This aesthetic interpretation has been recognized both locally and globally, his work has been shown as far as Paris, London, Japan, Bora Bora and beyond. Brent continues to explore themes unique to the Pacific Northwest that connect people to this unparalleled setting and the history and dynamism of the landscape.
Two Waters in Balance - Architect Paul Merrick
Architect Paul Merrick designed Two Waters with a focus on timelessness and quality, while working in synchronicity with the land. A sense of craftsmanship and detail is embedded throughout, resulting in townhomes that are beautiful, functional and truly livable.
PCI Developments - 565 Great Northern Way
Adjacent to the new Emily Carr University of Arts and Design and the Centre for Digital Media, this iconic building will feature 160,000 square feet of office space distributed over seven storeys – well suited to the creative and digital industries. This complex will also include a distinct 2,000 square-foot retail pavilion providing food and services for the rapidly growing creative precinct.
Designed to LEED® Gold, new office building will include a public plaza and pedestrian connection which are designed to integrate with Emily Carr University and the future rapid transit station. The building will have high quality fitness and bicycle end-of-trip facilities as it is prominently located on the Central Valley Greenway. It will also feature multiple patios, including a large rooftop deck with panoramic views of downtown Vancouver and the North Shore Mountains.
Our vision for Tantalus Gardens is a "pocket community" - a tight-knit residential area connected by pathways and garden spaces. We are planning for 8 duplexes (approximately 2,200 square feet in size) with three-bedroom layouts, beautiful outdoor spaces and underground parking, as well as 6 well-planned 'lagom homes'. What does 'lagom' mean? “Lagom” is a Swedish word that means "just right". What's more, we are planning to incorporate heritage details from St. Monica's Church into each home, bringing a touch of artistry into living spaces while preserving artifacts that are important to the community.
Gryphon x Revery Architecture - Dreams are Born from Collaboration
Tudor House by Formwerks Boutique Properties
KNOWN FOR THEIR DEDICATION TO QUALITY AND TIMELESS DESIGN, FORMWERKS BOUTIQUE PROPERTIES PRESENTS TUDOR HOUSE.
THIS PRESTIGIOUS COLLECTION OF ONE, TWO AND THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOMES ARE A PORTRAIT OF CLASSIC TUDOR-STYLE ARCHITECTURE. LOCATED ON THE ESTEEMED SOUTH-WEST SIDE OF VANCOUVER, THE FIFTEEN HOMES ARE CONVENIENTLY PLACED TO BENEFIT FROM AMENITIES, PARKS, SCHOOLS, AND TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS. THE STATELY HOMES ARE AN EXQUISITE ADDITION TO A TRANQUIL NEIGHBOURHOOD.
Heritage by Formwerks Boutique Properties
Three significant heritage residences are anticipated to breathe new life into the prestigious Fairview community. A thoughtful restoration process led by highly-regarded Formwerks Boutique Properties will result in a rare collection of twelve refined homes distributed across the historical properties.
Ancora - Waterfront Dining and Patio
Ancora’s mission is to embrace the harmony of Peruvian and Japanese cultures while incorporating the bounty of the West Coast.
The cuisine’s manifesto hinges on sustainable seafoods, locally sourced and international ingredients, while also drawing inspiration from our Pacific Northwestern surroundings. Understanding the city’s culinary evolution has inspired Ancora to create a menu that accommodates its diners’ desires, combining flavours and techniques that embrace diverse cultures in a modern but approachable setting.