Henriquez Partners is a mid-sized studio, they possess the dexterity to successfully deliver large-scale projects, while remaining intimate enough to provide high levels of client service, and work collaboratively within the communities. Their design philosophy is guided by our values and our intention to harmonize competing interests and challenge convention.
With their an unwavering commitment to design integrity, they are committed to managing projects from design through to construction and have the technical expertise to create structures that stand the test of time.
The Oakridge Redevelopment brings nature back into the city through the creation of a 9-acre park and integrates urban fabric between the park, retail, office and residential program, creating an urban mixed-use community spanning 28 acres. With over 100,000 ft2 of civic amenities, the project provides one of the largest Community Amenity Contributions in Vancouver’s history. Public amenities include a community centre, daycare, library and community park. The rooftop park will include playgrounds, playing fields, a woodland, community garden, concert stages, yoga platforms and a running loop. A network of pedestrian pathways will also interconnect various parts of the site, promote physical activity and create opportunities for community interaction.
Situated at the northeast corner of the Denny Triangle just off the I-5 highway, 1200 Stewart is conceived as a gateway building into downtown Seattle. This mixed-use project occupies an entire city block and is comprised of two 47-storey residential twin towers resting on a 3-storey commercial podium. The residential towers house more than 1,000 units. The podium is cleaved by a 3-storey high structural glass galleria, that provides a pedestrian connection through the block and offers an active replacement of the vacated alley.