Within the public spaces of Vancouver's tallest building the water features at Living Shangri-La provide aesthetic focal points for this lavish live/work environment.

Situated in the city’s attractive west end, the building’s third story features a rooftop pool with a natural garden centre piece, accented by three subtle water fountains.

At the lobby level a large shallow reflecting pool provides a landmark for Offsite, The Vancouver Art Gallery’s outdoor exhibition space. The glass-like pool is the backdrop for rotating art installations located either within the pool or mounted to the south and west walls surrounding the exhibit space, providing passers-by a welcomed reason to pause on this busy urban corner.

Project Completion: 2009

Services Provided: Planning and Design Development, Construction Documentation, Construction Administration, Procurement

Location: 1128 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC