Three incredible buildings, two commercial and one residential are part architectural winners that were created by the three winners of the Governor General’s Medals in Architecture recently awarded. We have a particular admiration for the Tula House on Quadra Island with its sharp lines and James Bond type appeal. Just imagine that view on a stormy Spring afternoon, it’s mesmerizing isn’t it.
The three (four when collaboration is counted) firms follow below.
Saucier + Perrotte Architectes & Hughes Condon Marler Architects
Michael Green Architecture
Tula House, Quadra Island
Comprised of steel, glass and jagged edges this 4,500 square foot home overlooks the pacific ocean from it’s perch on Quadra Island.
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Centre for Drug Research and Development, UBC
North Vancouver City Hall