The clean yet “Cookie Cutter” skyline of False Creek.
Throughout downtown Vancouver, prominent towers built throughout the
20th century of various styles and materials can be found and admired.
With its striking colour pallet of vibrant red and golden beige, reminiscent
of an autumn landscape, the Dominion Building, which sits opposite Victory
Square on the edge of Gastown, is a prime example of Vancouver’s archi-
tectural fearlessness of the past century.
Upon its completion in 1910, it had the honour of being the tallest commer-
cial tower in the British Empire.