801 Pacific Street

801-pacific-renderThis seven storey cultural building is proposed for the vacant site where Tony Roma’s restaurant used to stand. It would have Studio/Office/Design Space on upper floors over Rehearsal and Gallery spaces. The design is a simple series of metal and translucent panels, and uses corten steel on the base entrance.

Like the adjacent tower that is an associated rezoning (at 1380 Hornby) this is designed by acdf architects from Montreal with IBI Group. Once developed it would be owned by the City of Vancouver.

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One Response to 801 Pacific Street

  1. LisaB says:

    Also going for passive house standard!

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