It appears construction is plugging away on the million square foot Telus Garden development at Georgia and Seymour Streets downtown. In the midst of whisperings that there are major delays, the project's architect Henriquez Partners took to the internet to share a few images of the curved glass pavilion that will canopy over along Georgia Street. Aside from giving the once drab intersection some design street cred, the pavilion serves a much bigger purpose by capturing rainwater to offset domestic water usage. Once complete, the glass pavilion will be plastered with a large scale graphic and lit up by pin-point LED dome lights. Sounds magical.