There’s a new creative hub forming in Strathcona
Project news

We are excited to share some of the businesses coming to the commercial space at Assembly, forming a new creative hub in Strathcona! As covered by the Strathcona BIA, Assembly’s 11 commercial spaces are designed to create an inspiring workspace for retail, office and creative industrial users in one of Vancouver’s oldest and most unique neighbourhoods rooted with a deep history in industry and creativity.

We are keen to announce the first three businesses joining this artistic community…

Welcome, Lover’s Tempo!

With a background in Art History and Fine Arts, Lover’s Tempo founder and designer, Elaine, is inspired by thoughtful design from various disciplines—from architecture to painting. Elaine sees jewelry as a game of millimeters.

A beautiful piece is a sum of all of its tiny parts. Her design principles are clean lines, a sophisticated colour palette, thoughtful textures with just the right amount of delicate detailing. Beyond jewelry, all of Lover’s Tempo creative is curated through Elaine’s artful eye. Every detail – from their photography to packaging—is designed with the goal of delighting anyone who comes across it.

Lover’s Tempo offers beautiful jewelry at accessible prices, so that everyday, and every occasion can feel a little romantic.

Why Assembly: “We wanted a space and community that reflected our creativity. We were longing for a place we could gather with other like-minded businesses”

Visit loverstempo.com for some more information on this impressive local company and pick up some of their beautiful jewelry while you’re at it!

Welcome, Carter Hales!

Carter Hales is an award winning design and branding agency based in Vancouver, covering everything from brand strategy, websites, packaging and digital campaigns for companies that aren’t afraid to be interesting. A group of remarkable designers that get ambitious brands noticed, Carter Hales sets the bar for creative minds.

Why Assembly: “We have plans to expand our business to showcase and promote artists, design-driven products and the creative economy. We plan to do this by creating a gallery and creative hub at Assembly. We are surrounded by so much creative talent that could benefit from having their stories told and a space to showcase them”

Learn more about Carter Hales here and enjoy a browse through their amazing collection of work!

Welcome, Roodenburg Design!

Roodenburg Design Consultants works locally and internationally with governments, NGOs, and companies to advance social progress through design, branding and communication campaigns.

Why Assembly: “The mix of industrial, retail and residential at Assembly reflects the neighborhood environment, so being a part of the building feels integrated with the community and fits with our design firm’s mentality of being a part of things at a local level.”

Learn more about Roodenburg’s important efforts here.

We are very excited to see the creative community taking shape at Assembly and look forward to adding more unique businesses to mix in the near future.

Click here to learn more about the available commercial spaces at Assembly.

Assembly is a collaboration between Hudson and fabric.

Join Our Mailing List

 
sign up

by registering with fabric you are signing up to receive updates on our latest projects, opportunities, news and events.