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Gryphon House Experience Gallery

June 30, 2021

You don’t have to live in Gryphon Development’s latest build—coming soon to 6100 West Boulevard in Vancouver—to experience its splendour.

This summer, treat yourself, like we did, to a tour of a botanical-inspired art exhibit on South Granville that’s inspired by the five-storey, 63-home Gryphon House. The developer has teamed with local design firm Casestudy Studio, illustrator Aileen Lee and Kado Flowers on a large-scale sensory experience that brings its vision to life. The living artwork is a lush indoor garden featuring textural grasses, moss and vibrant wildflowers juxtaposed against Gryphon House’s classical architecture. A treat to meander through, visitors are also encouraged to share their creative visions for the future of Kerrisdale and the Arbutus Greenway on social via a custom-designed digital illustration; the graphic, created by Lee, depicts a section of the greenway but leaves the foreground blank for imaginative individuals to fill in their own ideas.

The best part? For every submission posted on Instagram using #MyArbutusDreamway and tagging @gryphondevelopment, a donation of $10 will be made to support Arts Umbrella community programs. —Noa Nichol

2762 Granville St., Vancouver, gryphonhousevancouver.com

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