URBAN DESIGN
MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY PLANNING

REVELSTOKE, BC

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Sign & Facade Design

Sign & Facade Design Projects

Client: Various Clients Year: 2010-2013 Selkirk Planning & Design’s work on Facade Designs in the City of Revelstoke has primarily focussed on creating unique, context-sensitive designs that fit in with the surrounding neighbourhood. SPD’s concepts focus on the use of heritage-sensitive materials and styles modeled after existing surrounding buildings in Revelstoke’s downtown core. These concepts...
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Client: Various Clients Year: 2010-2013 Selkirk Planning & Design’s work on Sign Design Concepts in the City of Revelstoke has focussed on designing creative sign designs that meet the requirements of the City’s Sign Bylaw. The concepts were developed for both single signs and for Comprehensive Sign Plans. These concepts were part of a package...
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Client: Chris Johnston Year: 2013 This facade update to an existing building in downtown Revelstoke was inspired by heritage images throughout the BC Interior mountain communities. The primary influence was the neighbouring Regent Hotel, with windows and cornices modeled after old images of the historic hotel. The front facade design attempts to open up the...
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Client: Home-owners Year: 2012 This facade design in Revelstoke’s Heritage Conservation Area provided an improvement to the facade while adding two dormers to the roof to increase natural light to the upper floor. The design uses heritage friendly Hardie Board siding in a colour palette that meets the requirements of the Conservation Area’s design requirements....
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Client: Black Tie Properties LP Year: 2012 The facade redesign coincides with an interior renovation to prepare the apartment units for sale to the public. In addition to the facade improvements, a landscaping plan and parking plan were developed for submission to the city for a Development Permit Application. The client wanted to use a...
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Client: The City of Revelstoke & the property owner Year: 2012 Working with the City of Revelstoke, the property owner of the Townley Street property was looking to develop a second phase to an existing development. The design concept for the second phase focussed on developing a design that complimented the existing design, without replicating...
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