This seniors’ home, located on a surplus school site in Mill Woods, combines subsidized and affordable units. It runs on a mixed income model that allows the affordable suites to support the operation.
The Quarters Hotel is a mixed-use development that aspires to catalyze the neighbourhood by breathing new life into the emerging Quarters district.
This 10-storey office building, built on a single lot, features one of Canada’s largest solar walls. Its 560 solar panels provide 80% of the building’s electrical requirements.
Parkdale One blends affordable and market housing into a single unified development that provides a new front door to an existing affordable housing site.
Architecturally designed and custom crafted, this new 2½ -storey residence is located on prestigious Valleyview Crescent. This unique design boasts a spectacular roof top deck with bonus room and an amazing interior courtyard.
The Grand is a 3-storey commercial building located at 12408-108 Avenue NW. This building takes cues to reflect Edmonton’s Edwardian architecturally styled buildings from years past.
The Bianco Restaurant occupies the southeast corner of the Phipps McKinnon Building, and has been designed in tandem with the renovations of that building's public spaces and expanded lobby.
The museum is the northern anchor of Edmonton’s Arts District and a destination for all Albertans. The design concept begins from a deep understanding of the museum, Alberta and the site.
Prominently situated in Edmonton’s River Valley, the Whitemud Equine Centre offers equine activities including lesson programs for children and adults, therapeutic programs designed for persons with disabilities, and equestrian events.
Sited on a narrow strip of land between a suburban neighbourhood and an orphaned ravine, this library lends an intimate proximity to nature and has catalyzed landscape restoration efforts to reconnect the orphaned ravine to its larger riparian ecosystem.
Raymond Block brings new life to Edmonton’s vibrant Old Strathcona neighbourhood. The contaminated site of a former gas station was vacant for almost 20 years, but now it is a re-energized mix of retail, restaurants, office space, and residential suites.
This student residence building includes 300 beds and related amenity spaces including community use areas into the mature neighbourhood of Garneau in an area of the University of Alberta called East Campus Village (ECV).
Animation of the Lane by fostering a sense of place and character, creating a project that is of architectural interest, all about sustainability, innovation, and design solutions that would help our client get the most out of their space.
A duality of legacy and landscape informed the design and guided the decision-making process for the Norwood-McCauley Medical Centre.
CO*LAB rehabilitates an existing City-owned building in The Quarters neighbourhood, creating a physical space for the Quarters Art Society to call home.
The Borden Park Natural Swimming Pool is the first chemical-free public outdoor pool to be built in Canada.
This centre is a beautiful contribution to the transit network, combining innovative design and construction techniques with light, dynamic aesthetics to provide a high quality, weather protected waiting area for a major suburban transit stop.
Revitalizing a vacant building, on a prominent corner of The Quarters neighbourhood, the Ociciwan Contemporary Art Centre will finally provide a physical home for the avant-garde organization.
The renovations have transformed the ground plane of this downtown office tower from an uninviting sequence of spaces that turned their backs on the streetscape to one that spills out to the sidewalk and welcomes the downtown community in.
The centre includes classrooms, lecture theatres, advanced manufacturing labs, and a dedicated hub for applied research. Workspaces are adaptable, ranging from private offices to a 400-person lecture theatre.