Architecture in BC: do you have a favorite building?
Ratio wrote this on Apr 07, 2014

Architecture should be inspiring, useful and sustainable delivering an ideal balance between site-specific goals and broader societal and environmental contexts. Are there buildings in British Columbia you feel a connection with and are  inspired by?

The Architectural Foundation of British Columbia is inviting all British Columbians to nominate their favorite building in BC regardless of the function, materials, or age. This is not a juried architectural competition; more of a people’s choice type of contest. All you need to do is be able to tell why you like the building and submit photos.

This contest is to celebrate 100 years of architecture in British Columbia. The AFBC  has recently launched this 100 Best Buildings Contest to find buildings that people have an emotional connection to — perhaps where they may live, work or play.  Nominations can be any kind of structure or building in British Columbia that is best-loved , for whatever reason.

100 Best Buildings in BC  nomination form and more information:

Nominations will close in June and then the public will be invited to vote on the top 100.  The winning buildings will receive award plaques at an event in September 2014.

The Architecture Foundation of BC was conceived by a group of senior BC architects in 1999 to recognize and encourage excellence in architecture.  Its mission to promote awareness, understanding and appreciation of architecture in British Columbia.