• October 11, 2017
  • News


We have some very exciting news to share. On October 25, 2017, after 14 years in Western Canada Building at 416 W Pender St., Integra Architecture Inc. will be moving to a new location in Granville Square Plaza, a waterfront high-rise with stunning North Shore views. Completed in 1973, the building is centrally located right above Waterfront Station and the Canadian Pacific Railway. At 142 m or 30 storeys high, it remains one of tallest buildings in Vancouver.

We’ve spent the last few months designing and renovating our new space on the 23rd floor to create a spacious open-concept floor plan that invites communication and maximizes access to the more-than-180 degree views of the water to the north and east. It will be interesting to see how the new open-floor design will affect the workplace culture.

The office relocation also presented an opportunity to refresh our brand, including Integra’s website and logo, both of which had enjoyed a long run. The new logo simplifies and revitalizes the signature ‘I’ and ‘A’ of the former logo, capitalizing the letterform of the ‘A’ and interlocking it with the ‘I’ to suggest the posture of an architect at work. The new grey and red colours hearken back to the old, but at a saturation that feels both modern and bold.

While our location and visual identity have received a facelift, our incredible staff, and our commitment to clients and work remains unchanged. The Integra Architecture team looks forward to delivering the same excellence in design, attention to detail, and client-oriented service that have become our hallmarks over the past two decades.

We appreciate your continued support as we make this exciting transition, and we welcome clients – old and new – to come enjoy the views with us at 2330-200 Granville Street.