When Jacqueline Metz and Nancy Chew were asked to create something dynamic and significant for Silver, in the heart of Metrotown, they immediatly shifted towards finding something that would celebrate the unique community, culture and heritage of Burnaby – and to be part of it’s future. The artwork in the plaza was to play off [...]
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By now, you probably know a fair bit about our latest project, Silver and its neighbourhood, if you’ve been reading our blogs and hearing about us in the media. We’ve written about many great aspects of the building, from is location to its technology and design. So, we though we’d summarize the top five things we think are pretty awesome about Silver.
We’d have to say no, but the Armony Cucine kitchens at Silver sure are. Without actually touching them (which you‘ll be able to do once we open our presentation centre) here’s a list of why they’re just so darn appealing. Made in Italy Like we said, sexy. Right? Imported European innovation, quality engineering, precision and [...]
Truth be told, the name Silver came to mind simply because the development is on the corner of Silver Avenue and Beresford Street in Burnaby. And frankly, we thought ‘The Beresford’ was a bit unexciting for such a modern building. So, we asked ourselves what it might mean if we called this shiny new residential [...]
We would like to introduce you to Richard Henry of Richard Henry Architect Inc. He is one of the many talents we are working with on our latest project, Silver in the Burnaby Metrotown area. Richard’s been on the Vancouver scene for some time now, and has consulted or acted as lead architect on a [...]