Bastion chooses projects, in part, for the stories they tell. They look at the character of a neighbourhood and determine how to build a community that compliments it, enhances it and keeps the story unfolding. The Proximity tower is such a building, and it stands as a visible reminder of the Vancouver’s industrial history. This sleek concrete tower rises adjacent Opsal Steel — Bastion’s restored, turn of the century, large timber frame landmark building.
Completed and sold in 2015, Milltown Marina offers first class water moorage and drystack facilities. The Milltown Marina project included repair and maintenance facilities, a marine store, yacht sales and a full service restaurant.
Opsal stands tall, towering 24 storeys over southeast false creek – and reaching almost a century into the past. Industrial heritage preserved. The chevron shaped profile on the southeast corner gives it a strong presence, and industrial elements honor the sites industrial heritage. This sleek concrete tower rises adjacent the Steel Toad — Bastion’s restored, turn of the century, large timber frame landmark building.
3333 Main, inspired by the past and built for the future, features strong horizontality, playful use of colourful brick, and a distinctive form. In 1950, 18th and Main was the home the Palm Dairy Plant: a hard to miss orange and white modernist industrial building. For Joost Bakker, Senior Architect, the historic Palm Dairy was a strong inspiration for 3333.
Designed by Vancouver-based Nigel Baldwin architects, this seven-storey fusion of glass and concrete captures Kitsilano’s modern edge. Exposed spiral staircases leading to roof-top gardens add a distinctive architectural element to the sleek urban design. Professional roof-top landscaping to reduce heat island effect and a storm water management system are among the many green features that flawlessly unite form and function.
Coast is a collection of unique luxury residences in a stunning natural setting. Inspired by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, these terrace homes open to the expansive views of the Georgia Strait, the Gulf Islands, and the North Shore mountains. Coast’s contemporary design, by award winning IBI / HB Architects, exhilarates with a dramatic strength achieved through the contrast of substance and lightness. Coast’s architectural purpose is to magnify nature superbly.
A singular tower, a higher place, with a generous use of exterior granite adding a sense of permanence, integrating materials to echo the stunning Iona building, all while retaining a sense of individual identity. Corus features spacious homes on 13 floors, and modern yet timeless architecture by Hancock Bruckner Eng. And Wright.
With striking architectural designed by award winning James Hancock – featuring a unique marquee wall, the Montreux has become a landmark building just south of the Cambie Street bridge.
Sydney’s four-storey steel-and-concrete construction features a smart brick exterior and clean lines that create an eye-catching street profile. The large form New York style block base exemplifies a classic architectural foundation while maintaining a contemporary feel. Bastion strives to seamlessly integrate form, function and environment.
Located along the Arbutus Walk Corridor, Tribeca offers boutique apartment living only steps away from the excitement of Broadway. Tribeca is near transit, UBC, award winning restaurants, 4th Avenue’s shopping district and Vancouver’s best beaches.
Like the Tribeca project directly adjacent, Nigel Baldwin looked to New York to inspire the New Yorker’s ample brick facade enlivened by semi-circular vertical window bays with aluminum transom windows – its modernist bona fides.