The Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building is an 18-story high rise building located in downtown Portland, Oregon. The building, named after two members of the U.S. House of Representatives, was originally constructed in the 1970s.
The Robert is a mixed-use building featuring 70 premium rental units and 14,000 square feet of prime retail space in Vancouver. Completed in the spring of 2015, the studio, one, two and three-bedroom units feature top-of-the-line appliances and balconies or roof decks. They were also designed to have large glass windows to let natural light into the apartments.
Quickly reacting and discreet units ensure maximum occupant comfort and sustainability
An administrative building for the City of Melbourne. CH2 has been designed to reflect the planet’s ecology. The first focus of the design process for CH2 was to gain an understanding of Melbourne’s climate and weather patterns. Therefore the building operates like an ecosystem by responding to its environment. Melbourne is well known for its ‘four seasons in one day’.
The newly renovated Mill Woods Library, Seniors and Multicultural Centre in Edmonton, Canada doubles the original library space and includes a social and recreational space for seniors and multicultural community groups. It aims to provide the community of Mill Woods with space to learn and connect as part of the city’s overarching goal to build a more livable, vibrant city.
The expansion of the Fort McMurray Airport includes a new passenger terminal located south of the existing terminal. The new terminal covers an area of 15,000 square metres and is designed to handle 1.5 million passengers a year. It was one of 11 recipients of the 2013 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence.
With construction just completed this past summer, the Wood Innovation Design Centre (WIDC) in Prince George, B.C. is the tallest building in Prince George – and the tallest contemporary wood building in North America. The finished six-story structure will house two educational programs for the University of Northern British Columbia.
Jaga Climate Systems partnered with Wales Darby and architect firm Snøhetta to bring the entry Pavilion of the National September 11 Memorial Museum to fruition. The Pavilion features Jaga’s space-saving in-floor radiators, the Mini Canal, designed with special corners to fit seamlessly into the area. Surrounded by a glass-enclosed atrium, the Pavilion gives way to beautiful and inspiring views of the city and surrounding memorial.
Telefónica, one of the largest companies in Spain, created the strategic challenge to regroup it’s fourteen thousand employees in one unique headquarters in Madrid. 15 buildings, 390,000 square meters, and 6,000 parking spaces are some numbers of this City of the Communications.
The first building in London and only the third in the entire United Kingdom to achieve the BREEAM, ‘Outstanding’ sustainability accreditation. 7 More London provides a flexible, open-plan new headquarters building for Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge.
After an exhaustive review of competitive trench heating systems, approximately 2.500 metres of Jaga’s Mini Canal trench heating was selected by building services engineers BDP and fit-out contractors Overbury for installation.