Telus Garden-Vancouver’s New Architectural Landmark

Telus Garden office tower is the one of the newest additions to downtown Vancouver’s growing collection of distinct architectural landmarks. This iconic twenty-four story mixed-use development was designed by Henriquez Partners Architects and developed by North America’s telecommunications leader, TELUS, and Canada’s premier real estate developer, Westbank.

Telus Garden building, downtown Vancouver.

Some of the architectural elements that make this building special include a spectacular double-height wood-sculpted roof and glass-encased lobby with flourishing gardens, a pristine plaza, cantilevered 4-story sky gardens, a roof top forest, and LED integrated facade lighting to support graphic animation and videos. Eos Lightmedia developed the feature lighting and media system design for this project.

Exterior of Telus Garden building, downtown Vancouver. Street level facade is lit up with images of clouds.

Exterior of Telus Garden building, downtown Vancouver. Facade is lit up in multi-coloured light.


To read more about the Telus Garden building, check out this article in Canadian Architect magazine.

To learn more about Eos Lightmedia’s work on this project, click here.

Project Credits:

Client: Telus

Developer: Westbank Projects Corp.

Architect: Henriquez Partners Architects

Lighting: Eos Lightmedia