Every project is unique, every solution tailor-made.

At Archineers, we have the privilege of working on a wide diversity of projects. Whether large-scale commercial projects, community projects, residential buildings, education or charitable work, we bring the same passion and commitment to making the world a greener place.

The following projects have been selected to give you a taste of the range of services we can offer.

Abu Dhabi - Regional Infrastructure for Al Gharbia (2008)

The infrastructure plan for Al Gharbia 2030 will be to provide a robust network that allows the whole Region to become zero-Carbon, through use of concentrated solar power (CSP), new desalination plant and nutrient waste recovery systems.

Meadowbrook - Montréal, QC, Canada (2007)

Meadowbrook, Montréal’s first sustainable community development, brings together an international design team to identify measures and solutions that can be applied to meet the needs of the developer’s brief and the city’s emerging planning policy.

Riverview Destination Resort - Edmonton, AB, Canada (2006)

Creating a new sustainable destination to provide leisure, micro-industry and living space, the Riverview development applies the best thinking and methods to close the loop on its environmental impact. Commercially viable, sustainable solutions developed by Archineers will ensure that the whole community will be serviced autonomously.

Pictou Landing First Nation Health Center - NS, Canada (2004)

A true community project, constructed with local materials, labour and traditional construction methods, this is the first building to be developed as part of the Sustainable Master Plan for Pictou Landing First Nation. The centre offers training and treatment to enhance the health and wellbeing of the community it serves.

Kasahara Community Centre - Japan (2000)

The new Kasahara Community Centre highlights the benefits of integrating conceptual sustainable engineering with world class architecture to deliver a visually striking building made with local materials and very low operational energy consumption.