Meg
Taylor

Upon completion of a Bachelor of Art History from Queen’s University, Meg spent a few years volunteering and gaining industry experience which ultimately led her to pursue interior design as a career. Perceptive, creative, driven and adaptable, Meg is looking forward to gaining further professional experience and aspires to write the NCIDQ to become a registered interior designer.

Carrall Court

A boutique multi-family rental project that seeks to create an ideal dwelling environment for young people facing challenges to achieve residential independence.

Located in the historically rich heart of Downtown Vancouver, Gastown and Chinatown, Carrall Court provides 125 reduced, yet abundant dwelling units. These units are enriched by essential, playful amenities that thoughtfully reflect the historic and stylistic character of the building, the unique aspects of the neighbourhood, and the contemporary needs of the user. By design, Carrall Court empowers users to live in independence, comfort, and social connectedness.

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