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- [August] 1990
Although the idea for Metrotown was first expressed in the 1970s, the building itself opened in 1986 and was soon served by the Expo Line of the new SkyTrain system. In the ensuing twenty years, the complex developed into three distinct but adjoining malls - Metropolis at Metrotown, Metrotown Centre, and Station Square. Today, Eaton Centre, Metrotown serves as the city?s commercial and retail anchor. The mall also includes two large office towers, which by 2001 were home to the head offices for Shaw Cable and TransLink. http://www.heritageburnaby.ca/EN/main/research.html
- [August] 1987
This large scale model built by Stephan Dye of Grafotto Studios Inc, is the proposal for the 550 W Hastings renewal of the original Toronto Dominion temple bank. The project includes a 400 room hotel and shopping complex. Alternative name is bank charrette. A proposal drawing of the interior and exterior view of 550 W Hastings st., Vancouver BC. This heritage building is originally the Toronto Dominion bank. It was originally to be demolished however the Heritage Committee of Vancouver sought to rescue the facade of this bank and incorporate it into a project that would include a shopping complex and a 400 room hotel.
- [March] 1984
Image of the exterior of a research facility in Vancouver, British Columbia.
- (ca. 1981-85)
The HSBC Canada Building is a 23-storey office tower in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. It is located at 885 West Georgia Street. It houses HSBC Canada's headquarters. The skyscraper was originally built, on the site of the former Hotel Devonshire, as the headquarters of the Bank of British Columbia in 1987 by WZMH Architects. The building's lobby features a gigantic magnetically induced pendulum artwork.
- (ca. 1966)
The building is 58.9 m.high with 15 stories. The exterior of the building is clad with precast finished with concrete panels and
columns. Bronze was used for all building metals. The Greek cross floor design allows for six corner offices per floor.
- [January] 1958
This bank is located at 8450 Granville Street, approximately 4.5 miles from the heart of downtown Vancouver. This suburban bank is situated in a residential area, and is a focal point in the street elevation. Architect is Gerarld Hamilton.
- [October] 1966
Folder contains 1 b&w photograph of the interior of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Vancouver, B.C. Image was taken for Canadian Architect magazine, Oct. 1966. Architecture firm was Birmingham & Wood, Architects and Planners.
- [July] 1968
Three photographs of a commercial building built for Saba Brothers Limited in Vancouver, British Columbia.
- [March] 1987
45 photographs of Sinclair Centre- a office and retail space in Vancouver, British Columbia- that is renovated from a former baroque style post office built in 1910. Folder includes both interior and exterior views of the building.
- October 1957
Interior and exterior views of a rectangular bank building with glass walls.
- 12 November 1957
- December 1957
Interior and exterior views of glass walled bank building.
CHDC Winner of Award for Residential Design 1971
Verso: "An excellent mixed-use complex of housing, shops, restaurants, theatre and hotel space which relates well to its urban setting and serves as a catalyst for the improved development of the area." Developer of the project was Confederation Life Assurance Co. of Toronto, Ontario. Designers were Norman S. Jones, MRAIC of Vancouver and James A. Murray, FRAIC of Toronto, Ontario.
- [September] 1967
Photographs of building under construction, different views of exterior, terrace, swimming pool. Photographs of architectural model, illustrations of the building. Eight photographs of Concordia Hall including under construction and development views. Aerial view.
- [February] 1958
Item is a photograph of the Long Sault Woodcraft Co., and office building attached to factory production, designed together as one complex. The office building was constructed mainly of wood with the company acting as general contractor and created the mill-work, storage containers, desks and chairs (designed by the architect, Guy Desbarats).