Calgary - S2 Architecture

  • S2 Architecture is pleased to welcome Madeleine Schmidts to our leadership team as an Associate Principal.

  • Located a stones throw away from the banks of the Bow River on the cusp of Calgary’s revitalized East Village District, the proposed Riverfront West development promises to provide an innovative and unique pedestrian focused aesthetic as a gateway into the city’s downtown.

  • Open, honest and transparent public and city consultation helped deliver a complex multi-phase project in an established community in less than one year.

  • Whether it’s a renovation, restoration or new development, work in the construction industry starts with the creative teams at architectural or interior design firms.

  • S2 is excited to announce the promotion of both Ken Shaman and Stephen Jabs within our leadership team.

  • Media Source: Kerby News

    Kerby Centre, in partnership with Silvera for Seniors, completed the selection process of an architectural firm with the experience, skills and resources to provide Functional Programming and early-stage Conceptual Design services for each agency’s proposed new facilities at the Jacques Site.

  • Media Source: Calgary Herald

    A good barometer of confidence in Calgary’s near future is the number of new projects arriving in the offices of city architectural firms. Investment is continuing in developments that may take years to complete in the hope the cur- rent blip will have been overcome bythe time they come to market.

  • Police personnel and firefighters often work side by side while tending to emergencies. So when plans were set in motion for a new fire station in northwest Calgary, the City knew the two services would cohabitate well under one roof, as they
    have in four previous stations.

  • S2 is proud to be participating again this year in the ACCA IQ 2016 Conference.

  • S2 is once again proud to be participating in our eighth ASCHA (Alberta Seniors Communities and Housing Association) Convention & Tradeshow slated for March 22-24 in Edmonton, Alberta.

  • The Kensington Royal Canadian Legion hosted a groundbreaking ceremony today to announce it has officially started construction on a new 4-storey hall. Legion members and a number of politicians were all in attendance at the event, which will herald a new home for the Legion 264 at 1910 Kensington Rd. NW.
  • S2 is proud to welcome three new members to our leadership team. We are pleased to recognize and celebrate these talented individuals who bring energy, passion and a collaborative spirit to their work and have made a significant impact and contribution to our firm.

  • S2 is excited to be in Austin, Texas on April 9 for the Environments for Aging Expo & Conference. The conference offers the latest strategies and ideas for creating functional and attractive living environments that meet the needs of our aging population.

  • S2 celebrated a coveted Calgary Mayor’s Urban Design Award (MUDA) for their design of the Gateway in West Calgary. The MUDA’s are held every two years and acknowledge the contributions that designers, architects and artists make in improving the quality of life in Calgary.
  • The Canadian Institute of Planners has awarded planning projects in Ottawa, Winnipeg, Cowichan Valley, and Strathcona County an Award for Planning Excellence. The Institute also bestowed an Award of Merit to seven planning projects including S2’s Kensington Legion development in northwest Calgary.

  • It is with great pleasure that S2 announces the promotion five new members of our team as Associates.  We are pleased to recognize and celebrate the effort and dedication of these individuals who have made a significant impact and contribution to the work of this firm. 

  • Across the road from CrossIron Mills in Balzac, a group of excited developers, investors and dignitaries gathered Thursday to officially break ground for the $200M New Horizon Mall.

  • Media Source: Calgary Herald

    LaCaille Group has announced it will build another high rise residential tower in the west end of downtown that will be reminiscent of a time when culture and entertainment were at their best and creative minds inspired creative venues.