HousingCondosCambie Street project inspired by the rainforest

Cambie Street project inspired by the rainforest

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The upcoming building will include 60 units, including two townhouses, and is intended to be a “visually exciting, sophisticated design interpretation of the Cambie Corridor design guidelines.”

Development site at 4261 Cambie St and 503 W 27th Ave.
Development site at 4261 Cambie St and 503 W 27th Ave. Credit: Arno Matis Architecture
Building form of development at 4261 Cambie St and 503 W 27th Avenue
Building form of development at 4261 Cambie St and 503 W 27th Avenue. Credit: Arno Matis Architecture

The architectural expression is inspired by the layers of the coastal rainforest and its various textures. The Cambie Corridor Plan states “individual buildings should express a unified architectural concept that incorporates both variation and consistency in façade treatment.” The façade will consist of painted white concrete accent panels, and batten façade panels with punched windows.

View of west elevation from lane
View of west elevation from lane. Credit: Arno Matis Architecture
Looking east (south elevation)
West 27th Avenue, looking east (south elevation) Credit: Arno Matis Architecture

Over 35 per cent of the units will be two bedrooms or larger, and nine existing trees on the development site will be retained. Eighty-eight underground parking stalls will be provided.

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