Architecture Canada n°4 1er semestre 2008
Architecture Canada n°4 1er semestre 2008
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ARCHITECT : MANASC ISAAC & STURGESS ARCHITECTURE/PHOTO : ROBERT LEMERMEYER effect on the architectural community in Calgary and firms ensured they had professionals on board to meet the new standard. » The policy has taken flight in a major way. Cardel Place – a $26-million multipurpose building in northeast Calgary that opened in 2004 – became the first Alberta building to ARCHITECT : MANASC ISAAC & STURGESS ARCHITECTURE/PHOTO : LESLEY BEALE ARCHITECT : MANASC ISAAC & STURGESS ARCHITECTURE/PHOTO : ROBERT LEMERMEYER The recently completed 16,000- square-metre, $41-million Water Centre – designed by Manasc Isaac and Calgary-based Sturgess Architecture – brings together about 800 administrative and operational employees of the municipal water services and water resources business units, previously in five different locations, under one roof for the first time. receive a gold LEED rating and is Canada’s first recreation centre to obtain that designation. A joint venture project between Gibbs Gage Architects and CannonJohnston Architecture Inc. (now known as Cannon Design) – with Barry Johns Architecture Ltd. serving as design and LEED consultant – Cardel Place is composed of three facilities in one building. It includes a sport, recreation and wellness centre ; regional library ; and a community centre. The spaces were designed to expose the structure to use allavailable volume and to minimize the amount of needless applied finishes, according to Doug Gage, MRAIC, a senior partner with Gibbs Gage, who led the project. As a result, the entire building is comprised of spartan finishes, a minimal palette of materials, and relies on an aggressive use of natural light in allareas. To qualify for the gold LEED rating, Cardel Place uses water-efficient landscaping and Architectural revitalization irrigation – including the use of a stormpond that collects rainwater and runoff from the surrounding fields – which led to a 65-percent reduction in outdoor water use. Inside the building, indoor water consumption has been reduced by 47 per cent through the use of dual flush toilets, waterless urinals, low-flow faucets with sensor activation, and low-flow shower heads that are touch time-activated. As well, the centre consumes 35 per cent less energy than expected by the Model National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings. The United States Green Building Council, which developed and administers the program, called Cardel Place « a pioneering example of sustainable design. » Explains Gage : « The design and decisionmaking process focused on a cost-neutral agenda for LEED designation. » Calgary could soon have another LEED gold building. The recently completed 16,000-squaremetre, $41-million Water Centre – designed by Manasc Isaac and Calgary-based Sturgess Architecture – brings together about 800 administrative and operational employees of the municipal water services and water resources business units, previously in five different locations, under one roof for the first time. With plenty of windows that can be opened, the long, narrow building is filled THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA/L’INSTITUT ROYAL D’ARCHITECTURE DU CANADA ■ 17 ARCHITECT : MANASC ISAAC & STURGESS ARCHITECTURE/PHOTO : ROBERT LEMERMEYER www.raic.org/2008



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