D’Arcy Jones Architects: 12 Buildings presents the work and methods of this highly-regarded Vancouver firm. These buildings emerge from a dialogue between concept and situation, material and function. Each project develops "from the inside out," through an iterative design process centered around human comfort and function. The book presents renovations and conversions that emphasize the materiality and pure volume of older buildings, as well as new builds that explore modern civility and emphasize their natural settings. Includes essays by Trevor Boddy, Andrew Gruft, and Brian Carter.