“Artist’s touch comes alive at Kitsilano’s Vermeer” states Vancouver Sun article praising the design details.

In a review of the new Vermeer building in Kitsilano, the Vancouver Sun describes the wealth of artistic touches and overall amazing design that has gone into the project, including the work of Tony Rogac of Architectural Stonemasonry:

“Inspired by the look of Fifth Avenue Cinemas on Burrard, Hall selected James Bussey, principal architect at the well-respected firm, Formwerks Architectural. who designed the cinemas. He also commissioned Tony Rojac, the stonemason who carved exterior family crest medallions on the building’s facade, and John and Laura Gilroy, to craft the unique stained glass art in the residential lobby, a recreation of Johannes Vermeer’s painting The Glass of Wine.”

Architectural Stonemasonry, a branch of the Red Leaf group (www.redleafap.com), worked closely in conjunction with Kindred Construction, the Project Construction Manager during this project.

Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/business/Artist+touch+comes+alive+Kitilano+Vermeer/9400153/story.html