Goodweather is a Vancouver-based architecture and design practice specializing in work with cultural institutions, curators, and artists.
Selective collaborations with other practioners and professionals have produced a diverse body of work bridging the disciplines of art, architecture, graphics and photography.

Projects have been featured at the Vancouver Art Gallery, The Banff Centre for the Arts, The Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal),  The Museum of Vancouver, Artspeak,  221A Artist Run Centre, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and in publications such as Cabinet Magazine, (New York), *Wallpaper, Canadian Architect (Toronto), Pidgin Magazine (Princeton Architectural Press), and Front Magazine (Western Front Gallery).


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Local Mountain

Courage or stupidity? 

From its beginnings in the 1930s, ski flying has developed its own distinct history. Although the sport of skiing in North America is little more than a century old, researchers have dated a rock carving of a skier, found on the Norwegian island of Rodoy as being over 4,000 years old. 

It is difficult not to be compelled and fascinated by the sport of ski flying; its provisional, often delicate, and yet sublime architectural structures that make human flight possible, if only briefly.

This project sets out to collect and synthesize the history and spirit of the sport through an architectural analysis of its artifice, ambitions, spectacle and folly.