Cactus Club Café: Station Square

Project Desciption

Assembledge+ has continued its ongoing collaboration with Cactus Restaurant Group in support of the Vancouver-based company’s expansion throughout British Columbia.

Located to the east of Vancouver, in Burnaby, the project seeks to bring the brand’s hallmark formula of upscale, inventive, and global cuisine paired with a high-energy, high-design setting to a neighborhood accessible to a new segment of the city’s residents.

With seating for nearly 300 guests both inside and on the patio, the lounge and dining room are clad in the signature material palate, consisting of the cornerstone finishes rift-cut white oak, oil-rubbed bronze, and dark leather. The interior design epitomizes the Cactus Club brand with its clean, modern, and sumptuous aesthetic. A continuous ribbon of wood ceiling transverses the space, creating a cohesive design element that unifies the dining experience.

Situated on a prominent corner at the base of the new development, the exterior walls of the space are completely operable, seamlessly integrating interior and exterior spaces. A new canopy, clad in blackened steel, strikes a bold line to distinguish the restaurant from the tower above.

Cactus Club Cafe





“Global cuisine paired with a high-energy, high-design setting”






Assembledge, Architecture, Hospitality, Restaurant Design, Cactus Club Cafe, Los Angeles


Location: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Size: 8,295 sf + 1,024 sf patio

Design Team:  David Thompson (Principal-in-Charge), Cesar Quinones (Project Manager), Michael Sweeney (Project Architect), Ignacio Bruni, Jooyoung Chung

Photography: Ema Peter


2020 LIV Hospitality Design Awards, Interior Design / Eating Space / North America, Winner