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Brimingham & Wood

The firm of Birmingham & Wood, Architects and Planners was established in Vancouver in the 1930s. The original partners, William Birmingham and Woodruff Wood, were key in the development of West Coast Modernist architecture. Their body of work was comprised largely of institutional and residential buildings uniquely suited to the materials and landscapes of the West Coast. The firm’s work has been included in three definitive shows of regional architecture: the “Poetics of West Coast Modernism”, 2005; “The New Spirit” at the Vancouver Art Gallery, 1997; and “A Measure of Consensus” at the UBC Fine Arts Gallery, 1986. The current partners, Sandra Moore Architect AIBC and James Burton Architect AIBC are committed to continuing the legacy of Birmingham & Wood. Institutional and residential projects comprise the greatest part of the firm’s current work.

Recent projects

At Laval, modern living meets classic charm — tucked quietly off Coquitlam’s historic Laval Square in Maillardville. Come home to an enclave of 41 heritage and contemporary new townhomes and garden homes that pairs stylish, modern interiors with welcoming, timeless exteriors. Life-long memories start at Laval, a community both rich in history and ready for a new chapter.

Campbell Residences
Integrating unique heritage architecture and modern luxury to create an unparalleled level of comfort.

Campbell Residences’ tranquil tree lined setting provides convenient access to urban amenities in the heart of the beautiful Cambie Village. No other townhome community development offers this level of quality and elegance – come home to a new way of living and be an irreplaceable part of Vancouver’s legacy.