PRESS: Peak Performance

Our Whistler project for Trevor Linden has received more press. This time in Canadian House & Home magazine. Thanks to Karen Ashbee for the story, and to Janis Nicolay for the beautiful photography.

Read the full article here.

Peak Performance




PRESS: Crossing The Spectrum.

Evoke is featured in the latest issue of Canadian Builders Quarterly.

Check out the online edition or read the full article in pdf here: Evoke Press.

PUBLISHED: Logo Lounge

Logo Lounge 6 (2,000 International Identities by Leading Designers) is now out on Rockport Publications and includes 2 Evoke designed logos: Acuff Roses (P.95) and Boutique Empire (P.177).

PUBLISHED: Space – Commune Cafe

We’re proud to announce that Commune Cafe, which we completed towards the end of last year, is featured in the new hard-cover book, “RESTAURANT“. The book is part of the SPACE Series by Hong Kong publishers Beisi Studio.

Commune was recognized for it’s overall design aesthetic and the melding of interior and graphic design.

Not a bad way to kick off 2011.

Photography: Janis Nicolay Photography.

PUBLISHED: 21st Century Bars

Evoke International Design is proud to announce the latest release by Images Publishing Group, of “21st Century Bars”, featuring two Evoke designed Vancouver hot spots, The Cascade Room on Main Street and Gastown’s The Irish Heather.

21st Century Bars”, is a 240 page hardcover book featuring the best designed bars from around the world, from London to New York, Berlin to Melbourne, and is currently available online at

The Images Publishing Group is one of the best-known international publishers of architecture and interior design titles.

PRESS: Evoke in the Holland Herald

Thanks to Charlene Rooke for her article extolling “Vancouver Cool” in the latest Holland Heraldmagazine.

From her article;

The east side of Vancouver has become another important corridor for the creative community. “Main Street has been an artistic hub of Vancouver for many years,” says Robert Edmonds, a partner in Evoke, a design firm that has put down roots in the area. “As designers, we find inspiration in these locations. We want to engage the neighbourhoods in which we live.” He and partner David Nicolay have designed hangouts that embody the style of modern Vancouver: funky eatery Habit, next-door gastro-pub The Cascade Room and the chic Latitude Wine Bar up the street. They are successful gathering places that “encourage people to meet and socialise,” Nicolay says, enriching both the neighbourhood and the creative community.

To read the full article visit

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