Golden Towers: Lisa Garriss Brings High Design to Vancouver’s Metrotown

by Hadani Ditmars
Wallpaper, Aug 19, 2015

Gold House is a shimmering new residential development bringing high design to Metrotown. Courtesy of Wallpaper(Image: Gold House is a shimmering new residential development bringing high design to Metrotown. Courtesy of Wallpaper)

A shimmering new residential development is bringing high design to Metrotown, a rapidly growing area – buoyed by Canada’s second largest shopping mall and rapid transit hubs – in the Vancouver suburb of Burnaby. The sleepy Kingsway corridor area, full of ageing strip malls, is enjoying a wave of new high-rise development thanks in part to Asian real estate investors.

Echoing a trend in downtown Vancouver that has seen local developers bring in international talent – for projects ranging from Norman Foster’s Jameson House to Ole Scheeren’s design for a new tower in Coal Harbour – Rize Alliance is launching Gold House. The two 40-storey tower, mixed-use development (designed by local firm Chris Dikeakos Architects) is not only bringing much needed density to the Kingsway corridor, but also internationally known interior designer Lisa Garriss of HBA. Read more…

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