The Saint John Energy Headquarters is designed to consolidate the energy company’s multiple service and administrative departments into a single building exemplifying energy efficiency and contributing to the health and productivity of its users.
In joint venture with HOK, the Jean Canfield Building was designed as a sustainable precedent for Canadian federal buildings of the 21st century.
Launching House is a contemporary summer residence and studio on the rugged eastern shores of Launching Harbour.
The Ringwood Cottage is situated in a protective grove of poplar trees overlooking the Northumberland Strait.
Located centrally on University Avenue, the Atlantic Technology Centre (ATC) is situated in the gateway to the historic city of Charlottetown.
Taking the elemental form of a pastoral community of gabled barns, the Greenwich National Park public beach facility provides sustainable park services for visitors and personnel.
The Cape Cod Ark was designed as a food-raising bioshelter integrating solar architecture, fish culture, and agricultural systems.
The PEI Ark was a UN Habitat’s Canadian Urban Demonstration Project built to explore self sufficient housing in the wake of the 1970’s energy crisis.