“Residential” Best Match
Two IBI Group projects named best Toronto buildings of 2014
https: / / www.ibigroup.com / 2015 / 01 / 05 / two-ibi-group-projects-named-best-toronto-buildings-of-2014
...Front Streets, was designed by Daniel Libeskind. The distinctive residential tower rises 57 storeys and is home to 600 suites. “To have two of our buildings share first place in...
IBI Appointed on NHS Healthy Towns Initiative
https: / / www.ibigroup.com / 2016 / 08 / 23 / ibi-appointed-as-advisors-on-nhs-healthy-towns-initiative
...sites include: Whitehill and Bordon, Hampshire – 3,350 new homes on a former army barracks. Cranbrook, Devon – 8,000 new residential units. Darlington – 2,500 residential units across three linked...Tags: health, Healthy New Towns, IBI Group, NHS England, public service, smart cities, strategy, World Health Organization Collaborating Centre
IBI Group Recognized for Architecture and Urban Design
https: / / www.ibigroup.com / 2017 / 01 / 13 / ibi-group-recognized-for-industry-leading-architecture-and-urban-design
...of IBI Group’s architecture professionals from across Canada. In Western Canada, Concord Pacific’s One Pacific in downtown Vancouver, designed by IBI Group, won Best Urban High-Rise Residential as well as...Tags: architecture, high-rise, L'Avenue, Minto Yorkville, Montreal, One Pacific, Toronto, Trapp+Holbrook, UDI, Vancouver
Is Vancouver Ready to Grow from Laneways to Living Lanes?
https: / / www.ibigroup.com / ibi-ideas / vancouver-ready-grow-laneways-living-lanes
...take lessons from other leading cities, this could change quickly however. The Dutch “Woonerf“ concept is a great example of how dull strips of asphalt in residential areas can be...
L’Avenue wins INOVA Award
https: / / www.ibigroup.com / 2016 / 10 / 28 / lavenue-wins-inova-award-from-urban-design-institute-of-quebec
...combines retail, office and residential in a single development in an exciting, accessible urban environment, making it a highly desirable address to live and play in. The choice of materials,...Tags: L'Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, Urban Development Institute