Archive for March, 2011



We have just started work on a classic pre war 2 story in Bankview. The floor plan is being completely reworked for a modern family, complete with powder room, open kitchen, ensuite and 3 bedrooms. All this in 1200 sqft! Advertisements



While ¬†Charlie Sheen has made all sorts of vice’s seem cool these days, for me, its still walnut and glossy white! This is a look at our ¬†recently completed project in Kensington. We will have some more shots of the completed home up over the next few weeks…

Split level


This is a look at an addition of a 4th level to this split-level project we just started in Confederation Park. The renovation to this home is extensive and will dramatically change the appearance. We will keep you posted.

Building Blocks


Although traditional cribbing is still the most common way to form a concrete foundation, Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) are certainly gaining in popularity. The big benefits of the ICF system are the energy efficiency (R50 +/- depending on the manufacturer) and the ease of installation. We are using ICFs on our new infill project in […]



The use of cedar in modern residential architecture has become very popular over the last decade. Australian designers really embraced the natural product to use as a way to add interest and break up big walls of stucco. We installed clear T&G cedar at our South Calgary project for the same reasons. This home is […]

Tread lightly


These solid walnut treads that we have installed at our South Calgary project look weightless. The stairs in this project are prominent and need to be a strong feature.