The setting up at 55 East Cordova, a previous relic of sand-blasted brick and previous-progress timber, was a 150,000 sf warehouse built in 1909 by architect Edward Evans Blackmore in downtown Vancouver, B.C. It housed hardware and setting up supplies for a significant-scale importer and distributor and was conveniently positioned subsequent to the CP Rail terminus station. Pretty much 100 a long time later in 2004, the expansive warehouse was converted into live-perform loft spaces, with the brick and fir beam design uncovered retaining the character of the creating intact.
A lover of musical genres from acoustical to digital, our client wished a room that could develop and deal for hosting other audio fans. The floorplan labored really effectively so we centered our endeavours on updating the finishes to reflect his choice for daring color and pattern. A few worn out regions ended up rebuilt and we curated an eclectic mix of new and vintage furnishings and treasures. The client’s desire in audio and artwork was the basis on which we added levels of depth and authenticity.
Loving all the exposed industrial bits – every single loft requirements uncovered brick, wooden beamed ceiling, pipes and massive windows, and rarely any walls. This 1 is all that and a bag of chips. Developed by Falken Reynolds. Pics: Ema Peter.