A bold take on the contemporary classic

Envisioned by notable Canadian architect Richard Henriquez, 2030 Barclay offers a bold take on the art of vertical homes. Shaped to address its unique surroundings, the building is a monument to the West End.

Recognized as a Member of the Order of Canada in 2017 for his outstanding contributions to Canadian architecture, Richard Henriquez is also the recipient of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Gold Medal, the highest honour in Canadian professional architecture. As stated by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Richard’s work has had “a broad and significant impact on the profession, reaching beyond his hometown of Vancouver.

Richard’s understanding of the art of sculpture and architecture is evident as he works from an imaginative tradition where buildings are much more than just composed technologies. His work expresses a search for meaning, demonstrating his ability to transform modest projects into highly symbolic works. His accomplishments raise the profile of architecture for the public and the profession alike.”