Live the Experience

NatPark Creative - SOL

Brand Mood



AD Creative, Brand Development, Brand Photo & Video Shoot, Marketing Materials, Presentation Centre Pathing and Interior and Exterior Graphics, Site Signage, Web Design


6-Story Mass Timber Development by Adera in West Coquitlam, BC Consisting of 1, 2, and 3 Bedroom Homes

SÕL invites you to truly live the experience of West Coast living; to take in the moments of appreciation, reflection, growth and connectedness. Breathe in the moment you stop mid-ride to take in the view of the inlet. Pause when you hear the sound of your paddle dipping into the ocean at golden hour. Smile when you feel fulfilled while glancing up at your family as you stroll together through the sunlit woods. Exhale when you sink into your couch in the comfort of your own home. SÕL is your comforting retreat where wellness is nurtured and inspiration grows.
NatPark Creative - SOL

The brand was designed to feel comforting and secure with a deep connection to nature. The concept of the outdoor surroundings as an extension to your home, permeates this brand.

The brand taps into the feeling of reflection and satisfaction one gets when they accomplish an outdoor activity and connect with the pristine beauty of nature. It feels grounded, meaningful and safe.

NatPark Creative - SOL
NatPark Creative - SOL

It’s inspiring and reflective yet filled with a sense of discovery and growth. SÕL focuses on the quiet connections to the West Coast lifestyle that that evoke a sense of comfort and inspiration.

NatPark Creative - SOL
NatPark Creative - SOL

This exciting master planned community of nearly 250 homes in the rapidly developing community of West Coquitlam. This project will consist of two new 6-storey mass timber buildings making it Adera’s largest mass timber project to date.

Through expansive communal courtyards, shared amenities and rooftops great for relaxing or gathering, residents can truly “Live West Coast” while being a part of Adera’s forward-thinking vision of “Building for Better Lives.”