In this photo essay from our archives, contributor Joshua McVeity toured the city four years after the 2010 Games closed, documenting their lasting contribution to Vancouver’s community and skyline. Here’s what he found.
A building boom erupted when Vancouver was awarded the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, changing the city’s skyline and architectural landscape. The facilities are a lasting monument of the 2010 Olympics; four years later, these buildings, including the Vancouver Convention Centre, Athletes Village, and Hillcrest Community Centre still contribute to community spirit, sports, and culture.
This photo essay from our archives was originally published on February 20, 2014. Read more Design stories.