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Redevelopment of ‘Unsightly Premises’

Our design for 3 low-rise condominium buildings in the Capri-Landmark district of Kelowna will clean-up an area that has been a long-time target for bylaw violations regarding the garbage buildup, while contributing toward the city’s goals for increased inner city living. Honoring contemporary Okanagan style, we have designed 110 highly Read more

Modern ‘Jenga’ Tower Coming to Kelowna

Our architects brought a design twist to a proposed project for Cedar Avenue in Kelowna. Our design for the 15-storey mixed-use building is unique in that no two storeys are the exact same and each floor plate extends in a different direction, earning it the ‘Jenga’ Tower nickname. The building Read more

Attracting Attention with Wave Building Design

Our unique wave-like design of a seven-unit townhouse project on Beach Avenue has attracted many eyes with its architecture. Located on prominent waterfront property, this residential building boasts contemporary influence and earth tones. Read more about what the public and Peachland town council had to say about the project here. Read more

Renovations Coming to Rutland Hall

Long overdue for an upgrade, Rutland Centennial Hall is positioned to receive some much-needed updates. New Town’s architects and urban planners addressed several needs, including improved landscaping, more parking space, interior renovations, and a new second floor to the western portion of the Hall. The society that operates the Hall Read more

Kelowna City Council Favours New Development

A new apartment building on Belaire Avenue received a positive response from Kelowna City Council, moving past apprehension over property size and parking space allocation and received a vote of confidence from city council. Our planners and designers addressed these issues with their work, and our own Keith Funk was Read more