URBAN DESIGN
MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY PLANNING

REVELSTOKE, BC

Day

October 8, 2013
Client: District of Houston, BC Year: 2013 The purpose of this project was to develop a landscaping strategy for a block with several multi-family residences. Suggested improvements to the building facades were designed to improve the streetscape by adding front porches and improving the building facade. The design aims to integrate the surrounding natural environment....
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Client: District of Houston, BC Year: 2013 The purpose of this project was to show a potential redevelopment of an existing residential property in the downtown fringe of Houston, BC. The District hired SPD to develop images of a patio addition and signage to use at a public meeting to generate discussion on the redevelopment...
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Client: District of Houston, BC Year: 2013 The purpose of this project was to show a potential redevelopment of an existing commercial property in the downtown by building a parklette. The parklette replaces existing parking in the downtown with a temporary public space. The District hired SPD to develop images of the parklette to use...
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Project Partners: Chris Payne Graphic Design Client: ZAP Investment Corp. & the Department of Planning, Building & Bylaw Enforcement Year: 2012-2013 The City of Revelstoke wanted to work with ZAP Investments Corp. to develop a long range plan that provided better pedestrian and vehicular access to the site, and reduced traffic impacts along Victoria Rd. The...
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Project Partners: Mainstreet Concept Associates Client: City of Revelstoke Year: 2013 [In Progress] Public feedback on the City of Revelstoke’s Sign Bylaw and Design Guidelines revealed a poorly understood bylaw. A review of the Bylaw and Design Guidelines showed that the major issue reducing the effectiveness of the Bylaw was a poorly designed document for...
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Client: the property-owners, Revelstoke, BC & the Department of Planning, Building & Bylaw Enforcement Year: 2012-2013 In preparation for the introduction of the planned form-based zoning bylaw with provisions for infill development, the City of Revelstoke wanted to work with a property-owner in the downtown to develop an infill example project. A carriage cottage was proposed...
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