The design expression is a playful exploration of light, colour, and art.

The base is rendered in masonry which contrasts the corrugated metal cladding of the upper residential levels.

The masonry base extends the full length of the development on both the east and north elevations by utilizing brick for the landscape walls.

Residential levels of the buildings are rendered in corrugated metal cladding with composite metal accent panels and glazed guards.

Both clear and coloured glass balconies are playfully arranged to achieve visual interest.

Public artwork for the project is conceived by local artist, Alex Morrison. The sculpture is located within the recess on the north elevation of the East Building at the corner of Albert and St. Johns Streets.

hue has achieved Salmon-Safe certification! Salmon-Safe is an eco-certification program that recognizes and rewards responsible, eco-friendly management practices that protect Pacific salmon habitat and enhance water quality on agricultural and urban lands. As the site borders Port Moody's stretch of School House Creek, the protection and conservation of the local ecosystem was paramount to hue's development and construction.