Posts Categorized: Project

Tomo House

Project Summary Tomo House is a cohousing project for middle-income families. Tomo stands for “together + more,” a name that reflects the project’s guiding ideals. As housing prices rise faster than income, many families cannot afford traditional single-family homes. They are looking for more housing choices somewhere between single-family homes and high-rise condos. We believe… Read more

River Market

Project Summary Since 1892, New Westminster has had bustling markets on the riverfront that served farmers and merchants from across the Fraser Valley. In 1986, the building opened as Westminster Quay Public Market, accompanying SkyTrain construction and alongside residential development on the City’s riverfront.Over the years, it declined steadily like many market halls in North America. In… Read more


Project Summary The Schoolhouse is located in Strathcon, Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood. It was built in 1940 as a school and meeting facility by the Chinese Catholic Mission. Rather than demolishing the building, we chose the adaptation path, connecting the building’s social history to the neighbourhood’s evolving character. We created transformable spaces to support the modern… Read more