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Award winning Landscape Architects Vancouver, specializing in modern landscape design. From big to tiny we create landscapes of intelligence and integrity throughout the Pacific North West.
It may be officially #spring but we’re still dreaming of blue skies and leaves on trees…. 🌲 one of our favourite trees #aspens/ movement in the leaves/ white bark and fall colour #devilisinthedetails #considereddesign 📷by @pineconecamp
International Trade Centre Richmond, BC. 3/3 As some of you may know we also like to add #stevemcqueen’s naked butt occasionally into our renders #happyfriday #considereddesign
International Trade Centre Richmond, BC. 2/3 We occasionally do our own renders for this project we did 2 of the spa area. We like to keep ourselves amused while rendering cutting out #danielcraig’s chest and #tomford certainly kept my mind on this job🙄 / #considereddesign / #architecture @gblarchitects (at Richmond, British Columbia)
International Trade Centre Richmond, BC. 1/3 Another long project we’ve been working on this one for 6 years. Completion due in 2019. This project has an elongated civic space, a podium park and a private outdoor spa for the hotel tower. Flyover by Marc’s Studio / landscape #considereddesign / #architecture by @gblarchitects (at Richmond, British Columbia)
International Trade Centre Richmond, BC. Another long project we’ve been working on this one for 6 years. Completion due in 2019. This project has an elongated civic space, a podium park and a private outdoor spa for the hotel tower. #considereddesign / #architecture by @gblarchitects
3/3 Howe & Drake render of the 5th floor north side podium includes water features / green screen/sliding glass screens and skylights #considereddesign #2018 / render by others (at Tate Downtown)
2/3 Howe & Drake render of the 5th floor south side podium #considereddesign #2018 / render by others (at Tate Downtown)
Some of our projects take an extra long time! This project is 6 years and will be another while till completion for now a render of the Porte Cochere. 1/3 Howe & Drake #considereddesign #2018
3/3 South False Creek Landing / Roof Garden - white planters corten steel firebowl and bespoke furniture #considereddesign #2015 (at South Creek Landing at 2211 Cambie St.)
2/3 South False Creek Landing, Vancouver. One of my favourite photos of the roof garden love how you see the swoop of the building/ white planters and mountain views #considereddesign #2015 (at South Creek Landing at 2211 Cambie St.)
South Creek Landing, Vancouver / streetscape and roof garden / #architecture and photo by Arno Matis Architecture #landscape #considereddesign #2015 1/3 (at South Creek Landing at 2211 Cambie St.)
3/3 Jubilee House Vancouver shapes colours and textures from the ground floor carry onto the roof garden. #beehive shapes were used to create intimate areas for 2/3 person gathering/ hexagon repeats in mint & strawberry planters, seating and tables. #considereddesign #2016
Taking advantage of new #Instagram settings some images of the streetscape from our Jubilee House social housing project #vancouver / #architecture by @gblarchitects #considereddesign #2016
Jubilee House, Vancouver our latest project/ Social housing for seniors. Architecture by @gblarchitects #considereddesign #2016
3/3 ‘Rennie Art Gallery’ The story is always important, The 'Genius Loci’ influenced our choices of material both hard and soft. #cortensteel used to reflect the industrial nature of Chinatown #vancouver / #poppies used to reflect the opium history of the #wingsangbuilding / #birch trees as the Chinese symbol of protection, communication and rejuvenation #considereddesign #2010 📸by @pineconecamp
2/3 ‘Rennie Art Gallery’ The corten deck leads to an generous lawn with 2 permanent installed sculptures #dangraham 'Two Half Cylinders’ and #thomashouseago 'Striding Figure’ overseen by #Martincreed 'Everything is going to be alright’
Over the last few weeks we’ve been showcasing some of our #residential projects now for our #commercial projects starting with our first and our favourite ‘The Rennie Art Gallery’ Vancouver // Corten Steel Roof Deck
#tbt to this #tiny courtyard that was one of our #first completed projects #hostas and #babytears scattered out with black pebbles and gravel.
#love when clients want to fully incorporate play into their gardens // sandbox built into the deck with matching cover // part of a larger deck structure #considereddesign #2012
#love white #birch trees unfortunately with the beetle infestation we don’t often choose them but some clients are happy to take the risk. The birch is essential to the striking look of this #dunbar residence. #whiteonwhite #architecture by Peter Cardew Architects.