On August 28, the City of Vancouver Mayor and Council voted unanimously to move the Vienna House project forward.
The project team paid special attention to ensure that residents will get through heat waves that will increasingly become the norm.
The Vienna House design team envisions a near zero-emissions building that will help soften the impacts of climate change on its residents. Here’s how.
PUBLIC Architecture + Communication recently filed a rezoning application that formally proposes Vienna House. Here’s a sneak peek of what it might look like.
Kindred Construction is presently elbows-deep in Vienna House budgeting sheets. Assuming the design pencils out, and following a favourable rezoning application, their team will put it all together.
The Vienna House team is working to ensure the project’s residents will enjoy the highest possible quality of life. Among other things, that means paying careful attention to what they hear—and what they don’t.
Parts of the Vienna House project will be built on-site in East Vancouver—but other sections will come together elsewhere. Here, modular and offsite construction experts outline some of the options.
The LightHouse Sustainability Society recently produced a pair of studies that focus on “design for disassembly” and construction waste diversion. Spoiler: There’s not nearly enough of either.
Welcome to the Vienna House website! Though this proposed project has been percolating for some time now, today we officially launch with a news release from the British Columbia Attorney General and Ministry responsible for Housing.
The project lead behind Vancouver House offers a glimpse of the upcoming Austrian counterpart to Vienna House.