The Queensway exchange is a gateway to this southern interior city’s downtown core. The structure builds upon an architectural language of transportation established by the Canada Line and Millennium Line stations in the Lower Mainland
An impressive sixty-metre-long curvilinear roof span is achieved through the use of two engineered glue-laminated timber beams supporting nine-metre-wide decking panels. Four inline steel Y-columns, symbolic of the orchards characteristic of the Kelowna area, delicately support the two main beams. The canopy’s long curvilinear arc echoes the shape of nearby rolling hills and waves on the adjacent Okanagan Lake.