Sunday, February 12, 2012

Jameson House by Norman Foster

This is the drawing plan of Jameson House located in Vancouver/Canada. 
Jameson House was designed by the architect Norman Foster from architecture studio Foster & Partners. The complex project is combining the concept of new construction and the concept of restauration and conservation as well. The new building stands on a restored old house called Coperbey Rounsfell (1921) and on a conserved house called Mine (1929).
The first 10 floors are commercials spaces and restaurant, another 25 floors are flats and parking area. 
This project was completed at the end of the 2011. 
The result is amazing: 

Elevator area
Parking area

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