Downing, Max Breeze

DOWNING, Max Breeze (1892-1976)
(biography in preparation)

DOWNING & KAYLL

(works in Vancouver unless noted)

SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Charles A. Wickens, Angus Street at West 32nd Avenue, 1920 (City of Vancouver b.p. 2913, 29 July 1920)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Mrs. Muriel R. Kidd, Marguerite Street at Roxburgh Crescent, 1920 (City of Vancouver b.p. 3052, 21 Sept. 1920)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Bruce Boyd, Angus Street near West 32nd Avenue, 1921 (City of Vancouver b.p. 3514, 9 May 1921)
M.D. CAMPBELL'S LTD. Auto Dealers, service station for Charles F. Todd, Granville Street at 4th Avenue, 1921 (City of Vancouver b.p. A 848, 9 May 1921)
J. LECKIE & CO., Water Street, a new three storey warehouse for J. Leckie & Co., "...located adjacent to, and just east of, the present Leckie factory at Cambie Street at Water Street", 1922 (Vancouver Daily World, 27 Jan. 1922, 11, descrip.; Vancouver Sun, 28 Jan. 1922, 14, descrip.)
HOWE STREET, at Dunsmuir Street, a block of seven retail stores for Pemberton & Son, 1922 (Province [Vancouver], 12 June 1922, 24, descrip.)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for J. Lorne Pyke, Selkirk Street near West 27th Avenue, 1922 (City of Vancouver b.p. 4751, 2 June 1922)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for John A Leckie, Marguerite Street near West 31st. Avenue, 1922 (City of Vancouver b.p. 4972, 10 Aug. 1922)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Alan S. Gentles, Marguerite Street near West 31st. Avenue, 1922 (City of Vancouver b.p. 5010, 22 Aug. 1922)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for William W. Boultbee, Connaught Drive at West 36th Avenue, 1922 (City of Vancouver b.p. 5157, 21 Oct. 1922)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Allan D. DesBrisay, Marguerite Street near West 32nd Avenue, 1923 (City of Vancouver b.p. 5492, 26 April 1923)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Robert J. Stuart, West 32nd Avenue, 1923 (City of Vancouver b.p. 5703, 12 July 1923)
WEST 2nd AVENUE, near Selkirk Street, residence for Robert C. Bodie, 1923 (City of Vancouver b.p. 5782, 13 Aug. 1923)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Herbert H.B. Abbott, Pine Crescent at West 19th Avenue, 1924 (City of Vancouver b.p. 6213, 6 March 1924)
AMBASSADOR CAFE, Seymour Street, 1924 (Vancouver Evening Sun, 1 May 1924, 11, advert. & citation to architects)
BLENHEIM STREET, at West 21st Avenue, residence for Mrs. Roy M. Howard, 1924 (City of Vancouver b.p. 6837, 13 Aug. 1924)

M.B. DOWNING

(with Sharp & Thompson) VANCOUVER, B.C., Anglican Theological College, Chancellor Boulevard, on the campus of the University of British Colulmbia, 1927-28
VANCOUVER, B.C., commercial building for the Hudson's Bay Co., Seymour Street, 1933
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., Federal Building (now the City Hall), 3rd Avenue West, 1936-38 (Daily News [Prince Rupert], 12 Nov. 1936, 1; D. Luxton, Building the West: The Early Architects of British Columbia, 2003, 440, illus.; Tim Morawetz, Art Deco Architecture Across Canada, 2017, 59, illus. & descrip.)
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., Hanson Block, 3rd Avenue West, 1939 (Vancouver News-Herald, 27 Feb. 1939, 16, Architectural & Building Edition)