Sparks of Life at Carlton and Jarvis: Examining Equilibrium

With its high-rises and construction sites, Toronto can often feel overbearingly grey. That greyness is now being met with a blast of... Read More

Event: Help Shape The Courtyard – August 23rd and 24th

The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in collaboration with Dunefield Consulting invited young, emerging entrepreneurs to sell... Read More

Event: Vancouver Cycling Infrastructure / Hollywood North Bike Tour

Source: Urbanarium Join us as we explore how Vancouver’s urban environment is shaped – come with us on one of our new guided... Read More

Listen to the Cucumber

An essay by the cordial Oscar Woodbead I was sitting in an empty sushi restaurant in Vancouver at some time on some evening. But of... Read More

The need for site-specific works of art

Daniel Young and Christian Giroux’s new public art piece— Three Points Where Two Lines Meet, located at the intersection of Bathurst... Read More

Book Review – Copp House

Author: Adele Weder (ORO Editions (2017)  In a mansion-filled Vancouver neighbourhood not far from the University of British Columbia... Read More

Release: Vancouver architecture photography appears in Venice Biennale

Vancouver-based architectural photographer Andrew Latreille will be in Venice later this month sharing his photography with the world... Read More

Release: BC Book Prizes 2018 Winners Announced

The West Coast Book Prize Society is pleased to announce the names of the winners of the 34th Annual BC Book Prizes. Ethel Wilson... Read More

Book Review: The Urban Revolution

Author: Henri Lefebvre, foreword by Neil Smith, Translated by Robert Bononno (University of Minnesota Press, 2003) The concept of the... Read More

Writing Vancouver – Smashed Egg Syndrome

SMASHED EGG SYNDROME or How to Make an Omelette If you want to make an omelette, you have to break a few eggs. — City of Burnaby... Read More