Clayton Blackman, Director of Sustainability of LWPAC, will present the current development of our mass timber urban housing system "Platforms for Life" at the Passive House Canada Conference in Toronto on October 18th.
As part of a delegation of the Canadian Wood Council and National Research Council, Intelligent City CEO Oliver Lang is traveling to Finland to engage with the timber industry.
We are proud to announce that Cindy Wilson, founding principal of LWPAC and Intelligent City, will be part of the 2019 jury for the Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence.
Oliver David Krieg, Director of Technology at Intelligent City, together with Assistant Professor David Correa from University of Waterloo and Associate Professor AnnaLisa Meyboom from UBC SALA, will hold a technical workshop on robotic fabrication in timber construction.
LWPAC is a winner of the Better Buildings BC Net Zero Energy Ready Competition with Corvette Landing, a 12 Storey Mass-timber prefabricated Passive House Housing project in Esquimalt BC.
LWPAC Principal Oliver Lang visited Structurlam together with John Horgan, Premier of British Columbia, and Selina Robinson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, for the announcement of B.C.'s adoption of building code changes that allow the safe construction of 12-storey mass timber buildings.
LWPAC Principal Oliver Lang will present the current status of our developments at the upcoming International Mass Timber Conference in Portland, Oregon, which will be held from March 19 to 21, 2019.
We are excited that our 4 storey mass timber Rental 100 housing project Rupert Monad in Vancouver, BC, has recently been approved for Rezoning and Development Permit.
We are excited to announce that our 12 storey mass timber project Corvette Landing recently passed the National Expert Review Committee for a Site Specific Regulation by the BC Housing Ministry’s Building Safety Standard Branch. The project received rezoning and development permit approval from the Township of Esquimalt earlier this year. Start of construction is scheduled ...
We're thrilled and honoured to be recognized for this prestigious award from the LafargeHolcim Foundation for "Sustainable Construction: So the World Builds Better". As a regional award winner for North America, we are now qualified to compete in the Global Finals of the LafargeHolcim Awards.
The 10 Best Residential Projects of 2016 named by Azure Magazine includes LWPAC designed University of British Columbia Dairy Research Centre Student and Faculty Housing (click image for link)
Our design for the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has been on the Victoria News recently. Read the full article in the link here.
The AGGV website is featuring new information about our project. For a project update visit the AGGV website here.
We are excited to announce that the Audain Foundation donates $2 million to Renewal of Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, designed by LWPAC. Click here to read the full article
Oliver Lang will speak at the RE:ADDRESS CONFERENCE, INNOVATIVE HOUSING DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION, THE FUTURE OF AFFORDABLE, SUSTAINABLE DESIGN. Fore more information click here
At the City of Vancouver 2016 Urban Design Awards The Vanglo House was recognized for its provocative response to constraints, for its sculptural and refreshing presence and for providing creative urban living space. “The Vanglo House is a provocative response within the context of prescriptive and constraining site and bylaw conditions. Its sculptural form provides a refreshing sense of ...
Oliver Lang will speak at the Urbanarium City Debate #2: BUILD FEWER TOWERS. Follow the link for more information.
A sneak peek of the exhibition opening tonight at the MOV! Come see us! The exhibition is on view from January 21st to May 15th.
< Your Future Home: Creating the new Vancouver is the exhibition that will take place at the MOV starting January 21st and LWPAC is one of the design professionals that will share its vision for the city of tomorrow. Read more about the exhibition and LWPAC’s interview here: www.vancouversun.com
We are delighted to share with you that Victoria Council has approved both the Rezoning and the Development Permit for our design for the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. LWPAC Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture, as the lead design firm and Architect of Record, together with Moore Wilson Architects and a team of amazing ...
The New London Architecture has announced the shortlisted ideas for the ‘New Ideas for Housing – International Ideas Competition’ and ‘Monad – Parametric Housing’ by LWPAC is one of them! For more information visit www.newlondonarchitecture.org
We are excited to announce that the UBC Dairy Research Centre Housing has recently been completed! We will publish new images shortly.
The Vanglo House is featured on the cover of the Summer 2015 edition of the Westcoast Home & Design Magazine. For the full article see link
We are extremely excited to announce that Monad won the “Medium Residential Building Award”. In addition we received a “Special Jury Award for Excellence and Ingenuity in Architecture” for outstanding architectural design, urban densification, prefabrication, sustainability and innovative systems integration. The jury praised the Monad building as “the most sophisticated project of all submissions, … firing ...
The UBC Dairy Research Centre Housing project in Agassiz, is now under construction with a scheduled completion in May 2015.
We are thrilled to announce that The Vanglo House is completed. See also on ArchDaily, where the project was just published.
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has selected LWPAC Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture Inc. + Moore Architecture Inc. (MA) Associated Architects, as the architects for the major additions and renovations for the future home of the Gallery. LWPAC+MA Press Release March 14 2014
We are excited to announce that our Monad project has recently been published by Dwell magazine.
LWPAC wins the 2013 AIBC Innovation Award. The AIBC Awards Jury says: “Like its name, Monad is unique, concise and impactful. The design team set out to create a paradigm shift, a viable housing alternative that also addressed the cultural, social, environmental and economic realities of a modern city. It succeeded. With an adaptable, affordable ...
The construction of the Vanglo house, located in Vancouver’s Main Street district on East 17th Ave, is nearing completion in early 2014.
Cynthia Wilson, LWPAC Principal, has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor at the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia, teaching design on ‘Connective Housing’.
LWPAC wins commission and starts design work for the University of British Columbia Dairy Research Centre.
LWPAC is looking for several highly motivated individuals to join our team Please go to contact/jobs for details
The C33 PE House – a courtyard house type designed for urban infill lots, using prefabricated components, is complete!
Oliver Lang is giving a lecture on recent work in the VAG’s “Unlikely Architectures” series. He will join curator Bruce Grenville in conversation with artist Brian McBay and Artscape’s Pru Robey about the creative city April 24, 6:00 PM @ the VAG More information is available on the VAG’s events page. http://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/events_and_programs/calendar_of_events.html
LWPAC wins the commission for the Roots and Wings Montessori School and Campus in Surrey BC.