Canadian Green Building Award Win
Brock Commons Tallwood House received a SAB Magazine Canadian Green Building Award at the Canadian Green Building Council National Conference in Toronto. The award program recognizes excellence in the design and execution of Canadian residential and non-residential buildings of all types, including new construction, existing buildings, renovations and interior design projects. This is Acton Ostry Architects’ fourth SABMag award.
Spectacular Views from New Gymnasium
A prefabricated, tension-membrane gymnasium is the latest addition to the West Point Grey Academy Vancouver campus. The new structure addresses the school’s pressing need for indoor athletic space. Expansive windows provide natural daylight and spectacular, sweeping views over Jericho Beach Park. Terraced landscaping mediates the steep hillside and is shaped and sculpted to encourage outdoor gathering, learning and play opportunities.
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Manrell Hall Nearing Completion
Construction is nearing completion at Vancouver College’s new middle school, Manrell Hall, with most of the exterior finished and interior finishes in progress. The 4,088 square metre building, including a dining hall, learning commons and extensive informal learning spaces, is the first major phase in a comprehensive campus redevelopment. The second phase will replace the old school building with a new state-of-the-art elementary school. The project also includes a residence for Christian Brothers and the campus chapel, and will retain heritage elements from the original 1924 school building. It will be a busy summer, as the teachers and students move into Manrell Hall and construction begins on the new elementary school.