One of the architect’s most prominent projects.
There is something undeniably majestic about this Upper Village property.
The sea lions, finches, seabirds, and iguanas that roam freely are not afraid of humans.
The bright blue home is a treasure chest of history.
The two delicious products have a lot to offer each other.
At every turn, it seems, there is a new vista, another rolling landscape that forces its viewer to stop, stare, breathe in. And out.
My dog Effie does this thing where she jumps up on me with her front legs. It feels like she’s going in for a hug and saying, “Thank you so much for bringing me here.”
Perhaps the only thing better than knowing a loaf was made with your own two hands is bringing it to dinner and watching it disappear.
The bisected tiles mirror the pre-existing pattern and texture of Gastown, helping make the store—the brand’s first stand-alone in Western Canada—feel like it has already been part of the neighbourhood for a number of years.