Meade Design Group began the work in the Queen’s Printer building with a concept of blending the past, present and future into one timeless space. This was achieved by working with the interior elements and selections for something that is cohesive and beautiful yet extremely functional. Using features from the building’s history such as the coat of arms, architectural details, typesetting equipment and archived photographs, we reinvented the aesthetics with the use of modern technology, bold proportions and striking materials.


Workplace Strategies and Planning, Shared Services BC

Project Role(s)

Creative Director
Project Manager