SALA faculty member to help reshape Metro Vancouver public spaces

Matthew Soules Architecture (MSA) has been awarded two projects to help reshape Metro Vancouver public spaces. With Nick Milkovich Architects as the prime consultant, the interdisciplinary team of MSA, Hapa Collaborative, and Urban Forum Associates has been awarded the design of a new civic plaza for the City of Vancouver: the redevelopment of the Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza, which sits on Georgia Street between Hornby and Howe.

MSA has also won the commission for a permanent public art installation for Simon Fraser University Properties Trust, located along University High Street on Burnaby Mountain.

Matthew Soules is an assistant professor in the UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. For more information, click here.