Bing Thom Architects is based in a former factory that manufactured rubber diving suits.
Jason Fulford The firm's office in Vancouver, British Columbia

A little more than a year after architect Bing Thom died, the eponymous firm he founded in 1982 has changed its name to Revery Architecture. The firm announced the news on Dec. 18. "With the passing of our firm’s founder Bing Thom in 2016, the past year has been one of necessary evolution and transformation at the firm," the firm notes in a statement on their website. "The new name, Revery Architecture, reflects the firm’s enduring vision to strive for exceptional design, whilst paying homage to Bing who instilled in us all the courage to dream big." The firm has offices in Vancouver, British Columbia; Hong Kong; and Washington, D.C.