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Inspired by its location on the west bank of the Okanagan Lake across from downtown Kelowna, Riviera is a multi-family residential project envisioned as a distinctive resort-style development in the Kelowna region.

The primary architectural consideration was the connection to nature that would open up house planning to respond to site conditions with a series of courtyard spaces.

The Hope Mission Transitional Housing Facility concept design is a large mixed-use tower located just North of Edmonton's downtown core.

The Art Gallery has its fundamental design principles based on the utilization of modular sea cans.

Falcon One will be the first high-rise residential tower to connect the 104th Street Promenade to the river valley. The vision for this site was to create rich architecture that brings a mix of housing and commercial retail south of Jasper Avenue.

Arc Studio was challenged to modernize the exterior and three stories of the interconnected lobby space at the Canadian Western Bank Place Tower in downtown Edmonton.

Botanica II is a 10-storey high concrete and steel frame residential development with three levels of underground parking.

As a former flower shop transformed into an open-concept office space, Arc Studio's collaborative home exudes clean lines with organic inspirations.

A renovation of an existing warehouse into a professional showroom, warehouse, office, and amenity space for the commercial furnishings company.

The 102 Street Centre redevelopment was a concept design exploration into evolving the existing Manulife Phase 2 tower podium into a large single-tenant office space incorporating additional floor area and new rooftop amenities.

The Myer Horowitz Theatre is a multi-purpose concert hall situated in the Students' Union Building on the University of Alberta campus. It has offered thousands of performances to millions of people since opening in 1967

The Central Academic Building (CAB) project at the University of Alberta was an architectural transformation at a major confluence point of a bustling student body on campus.

Originally built in the early 1960s, Edmonton's Royal Glenora Club is one of the city's premier Athletic and Social Clubs nestled in the heart of Edmonton's beautiful River Valley.

Formerly known as Enbridge Place, this 1970s-era striking all-black modern skyscraper in the style of Mies van der Rohe was given a complimentary interior transformation and enhancement to the podium and plaza.