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MEC Head Office Featured in a Japanese Magazine

MEC Head Office featured in Japanese Wood Building Magazine

 

The MEC Head Office was featured in the Japanese Wood Building Magazine. It looks at our high use of wood throughout the building.

Langara’s Science and Technology Building’s Steel Structure

The Langara Science and Technology continues to make good progress. Below you can find some of the work that has been done on the steel structure.

Photos by Latreille Architectural Photography

Photo by Latreille Architectural Photography

 

Langara Science and Student Services Steel - Teeple Architects

Photo by Latreille Architectural Photography

Langara Science and Student Services Steel - Teeple Architects

Photo by Latreille Architectural Photography

Langara Science and Student Services Steel - Teeple Architects

Photo by Latreille Architectural Photography

Langara Science and Student Services Steel - Teeple Architects

Photo by Latreille Architectural Photography

Private Residence House Progress

Our project for a private residence here in Vancouver is coming along.

The front of the house has been finished in stucco and composite panels. There will be a cedar screen in front of the Master Bedroom window that will be able to slip open for more daylight or be closed for more privacy. The Living room window will have a translucent film applied to its lower 4′ for visual privacy while still allowing in daylight.

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Private Residence, back view

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Private Residence, front view

 

 

UBC Pool/Gym Renovation

Proscenium recently completed a renovation of one of the pools up at UBC and converted it into a new gym space.

UBC Gym-Pool renovation

 

 

Langara’s Science and Technology building progression

The new Science and Technology building continues to progress towards its June 2016 opening. This week, the temporary shores have been removed and the cantilever is now realized.

 

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