One of Vancouver's most handsome postmodern buildings, the 23-story Cathedral Place has a faux-copper roof that mimics that of the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver nearby. The three large sculptures of nurses at the building's corners are replicas of the statues that adorned the Georgia Medical–Dental Building, the art deco structure that previously occupied this site. Step into the lobby to see another interesting sculpture: Robert Studer's Navigational Device, suspended
high up on the north wall. The small garden courtyard is an unexpected respite from downtown's bustle.