New Facilities for Outdoor Field Skills
Check out the new design of the UBC Geological Field School located in Oliver, British Columbia. The Field School complex consists of: a main building with learning, dining and kitchen functions; a faculty cabin; and, heavy duty tent structures for students. The Geological Field School will be used by students and faculty of the UBC Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences.
Now on sale at Inform Interiors
AOA25 celebrates 25 years of Acton Ostry Architects with a chronology of 25 projects that hold special significance for founding partners Russell Acton and Mark Ostry. The 272 page, hardcover book is now available for sale at Inform Interiors located at 50 Water Street in Vancouver’s Gastown neighbourhood.
AOA25 sells for $38, with all proceeds being donated to support the education of young architects.
New Project Page
Check out the updated renderings for the Vancouver College on our new project page!
The redevelopment of Vancouver College focuses on the creation of a sense of place for the only all boys independent Catholic university-preparatory school in British Columbia. The Phase 1 Manrell Hall middle school was completed in 2018. The Phase 2 elementary school and chapel, and Phase 3 cloistered courtyard, are scheduled for completion in 2020.
Canadian Architect Award of Excellence
The Arbour at the George Brown College is a recipient of this year’s Canadian Architect Award of Excellence in Architecture. The design is a collaboration of Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects. Check out the December issue of Canadian Architect magazine to learn more about the project.