Maplewood Manor

Alberton, PEI

Based around a public, indoor street, the building presents multiple spatial zones offering varying degrees of privacy.

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Cape Cod Ark

Cape Cod, MA

The Cape Cod Ark was designed as a food-raising bioshelter integrating solar architecture, fish culture, and agricultural systems.


Fitzpatrick & Company office fit-up

Charlottetown, PEI

The design focuses on client privacy and security while providing natural light to all interior areas through the organization of program spaces and the use of transparent elements. Client privacy is ensured through the careful detailing that prevents sound from travelling between meeting rooms and private offices.


Global investment firm office interior fit-up

Charlottetown, PEI

In 2008, BGHJ Architects completed an interior office fit-up design for this client, housing approximately 300 employees. The project won the 2009 Award of Merit by the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario and received the award rating of LEEDtm Canada Certified in April 2010. In 2014, the client approached BGHJ Architects to design […]


Sh*t Load of Tubes Pavilion

Charlottetown, PEI

In sourcing material for this year’s recyclable installation for Art in the Open festival, we found that the paper tubes used in the transportation of carpet and flooring were readily available. Drawing on the strength of paper tubes in a vertical orientation, we studied the architectural potential of the paper tubes’ cross-section. The roof structure […]


Confederation Centre of the Arts Pavilions

Charlottetown, PEI

This project was conceived to spatially orient visitors within the Confederation Centre of the Arts Plaza. The project is comprised of three pavilions – an enclosed visitor information kiosk and two occupiable “folded” objects – that are designed to activate the public plaza and engage visitors. The form of each of the pavilions is derived from the triangulated […]

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Prince Edward Home

Charlottetown, PEI

PE Home’s “neighborhood/household” concept formally replicates the variation and structure of an urban environment, facilitating the creation of smaller community groups that interrelate with one another. The “neighborhood” and “household” organization of the project provides layers of intimacy promoting resident comfort and a sense of home.


Grand Senses Spa

Charlottetown, PEI

Grand Senses Spa is newly located on Grafton Street in the downtown core of historic Charlottetown. One of the primary project goals was to insert a contemporary spa into an historic envelope without disrupting the existing building’s character.

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Dorchester Rowhouses

Charlottetown, PEI

This project proposes the reestablishment of the character defining residential density of the historic neighbourhood while providing a contemporary model for present-day urban living.

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Confederation Centre of the Arts – Homburg Theatre

Charlottetown, PEI

Since its original design in 1964, the function of the Main Stage of the Confederation Centre of the Arts (CCA) has shifted primarily toward musical theatre; significant redesign of the theatre was required to optimize acoustics and accommodate larger audience capacity requirements.

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Charlottetown City Hall

Charlottetown, PEI

The Charlottetown City Hall renovation was initiated to facilitate public access to the city’s administrative departs by improving circulation and giving the historic building a clean, contemporary update while maintaining its historic character.

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Hex in the Open

Charlottetown, PEI

During the Art in the Open festival, the Architect Association of Prince Edward Island held a competition to build an inhabitable space for under $100.

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Carr, Stevenson & MacKay Law Offices

Charlottetown, PEI

The design concept for this interior fit-up provides natural light to all areas of the building by organizing private offices along the building’s perimeter around the open workspaces in the centre.

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Queen Square Parliament Building

Charlottetown, PEI

Situated where now lies a vacant lot, the project was designed to formally complete Queen Square’s Parliamentary precinct providing exhibition, conference, and office space to public officials and the public.

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UPEI School of Nursing

Charlottetown, PEI

Designed with a narrow floor plate, the building provides all interior spaces with a maximum of daylighting, ventilation, and views to the surrounding campus.

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Canada’s Smartest Kitchen

Charlottetown, PEI

Canada’s Smartest Kitchen represents the contemporary face of Holland College’s renowned Culinary Institute.

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Government of Canada – Jean Canfield Building

Charlottetown, PEI

In joint venture with HOK, the Jean Canfield Building was designed as a sustainable precedent for Canadian federal buildings of the 21st century.

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Atlantic Technology Centre

Charlottetown, PEI

Located centrally on University Avenue, the Atlantic Technology Centre (ATC) is situated in the gateway to the historic city of Charlottetown.

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Greenwich National Park

Greenwich, PEI

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.

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Howe Bay House

Howe Bay, PEI

Situated on the windswept shores of Howe Bay, the Howe Bay House is comprised of two rectangular blocks, rotated 90 degrees from one another in a cruciform plan leaving a void at their intersection.

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Launching House

Launching Harbour, PEI

Launching House is a contemporary summer residence and studio on the rugged eastern shores of Launching Harbour.

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Mill Cove Nursing Home

Mill Cove, NB

The Mill Cove Nursing Home consists of two one-storey residential buildings connected by a core structure housing the central kitchen and laundry, administration, mechanical/service space, and a multi-purpose community space.

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Garden of the Gulf Museum

Montague, PEI

The design for the unrealized addition to the Garden of the Gulf Museum proposed additional exhibition space and a showcase for The Canada Tree (1996), a magnificent 3-storey work by late sculptor Tyler Aspin.

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Ringwood Cottage

Ringwood, PEI

The Ringwood Cottage is situated in a protective grove of poplar trees overlooking the Northumberland Strait.

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Saint John Energy Headquarters

Saint John, NB

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.

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Spry Point, PEI

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.