Vancouver Modern Architecture East of Downtown Photos

The area east of the core of downtown Vancouver has sprouted some attractive modern buildings, especially the Vancouver Central Library by Moshe Safdie.

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Vancouver Central Library. Vancouver, BC.Vancouver Central Library by Moshe Safdie. Vancouver, BC.Round center & enclosing arm of Vancouver Central Library. Vancouver, BC.Plaza of Vancouver Central Library. Vancouver, BC.
Vancouver Central Library (1995) (9 floors) (350 West Georgia St.). Vancouver, BC. Architect: Moshe Safdie & Assoc..Vancouver Central Library by Moshe Safdie. Vancouver, BC.Round center & enclosing arm of Vancouver Central Library. Vancouver, BC.Plaza of Vancouver Central Library. Vancouver, BC.
Centre in Vancouver For Performing Arts. Vancouver, BC.Entrance of Centre in Vancouver For Performing Arts. Vancouver, BC.Main Post Office. Vancouver, BC.Observation tower of Harbour Centre among highrises. Vancouver, BC.
Centre in Vancouver For Performing Arts (1995) (777 Homer St.). Vancouver, BC. Architect: Moshe Safdie & Assoc..Entrance of Centre in Vancouver For Performing Arts. Vancouver, BC.Main Post Office (1958) (8 floors) (349 West Georgia St.). Vancouver, BC. Architect: Bill Leithead + McCarter Nairne Partners.Observation tower of Harbour Centre among highrises. Vancouver, BC.
Residences at Conference Plaza with Harbour Centre. Vancouver, BC.BC Place Stadium from Harbour Centre observation deck. Vancouver, BC.B.C. Hydro Centre. Vancouver, BC.Holy Rosary Cathedral from Harbour Centre observation deck. Vancouver, BC.
Residences at Conference Plaza (1996) (30 floors) (438 Seymour St.) with Harbour Centre. Vancouver, BC. Architect: Stantec Architecture.BC Place Stadium (1983) from Harbour Centre observation deck. Vancouver, BC.B.C. Hydro Centre (1991) (19 floors) (333 Dunsmuir St.). Vancouver, BC.Holy Rosary Cathedral (1899) (646 Richards St.) from Harbour Centre observation deck. Vancouver, BC. Architect: Julian & Williams.
Tinseltown Cinemas building at Pender & Abbott Sts. Vancouver, BC.


Tinseltown Cinemas building at Pender & Abbott Sts. Vancouver, BC.



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