South Haven Centre for Remembrance

The South Haven Centre for Remembrance creates a new non-denominational facility for the City of Edmonton. The design features a symbolic thirteen-metre tower which emerges from the prairie landscape which makes reference to the existing gravesites, monuments, columbaria, and the latent memory they embody.

Edmonton Public Library – Capilano Branch

Located on an orphaned portion of the ravine, the Capilano Branch Library has become the catalyst for a city-scale change. This project focused on equally shared responsibility between two architecture firms. Group2 acted as the Prime Consultant & Patkau Architects as the Design Architect. The firms embraced a collaborative approach to design balancing responsibility during […]

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan’s first permanent structure establishes the theatre company on its longtime site along the scenic Meewasin Trail and South Saskatchewan River. The project sees the creation of five modular buildings on the iconic site near other cultural, recreational, and educational hubs. Patrons, actors, staff, and volunteers are transported to a world separated […]

George Freeman School and Strathmore Motor Products Centre

The design intention for this project was to create a dimensional modern space that conveys an energetic, playful persona and inspires a sense of creative freedom. Collaboration was Key to Design Success The design and construction of this 9,790m2 multi-use facility utilized an integrated design process (IDP). As part of the IDP the general contractor, […]