nARCHITECTS

M2 MIXED USE BUILDING . Calgary


nARCHITECTS . Riddell Kurczaba Architecture . renders: © mir

Directly adjacent to the new RiverWalk, and in between the historic Simmons Mattress Factory, now converted to a restaurant building, and the new pedestrian bridge by RFR to St. Patrick’s Island, the M2 Mixed Use Building’s oddly shaped lot presents different contexts on each side and no backside.








To achieve compliance with strict shadow requirements that limit shadow encroachment on the RiverWalk, the building’s north facade peels back at each level, resulting in a cascading sequence of roof terraces for each tenant and a zig-zag form to the building. Along with large curtain wall windows on the North facade, these terraces provide beautiful views to the river, while the large windows on the South provide views back to the city and maximize daylighting in the open interior spaces.

M2 Mixed Use Building
Client : XYC Design + Development
Project Location : Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Status : 2013 – 2017 (in DD)
Area : 23,000sf
Program : Restaurants, offices, residential penthouse
nARCHITECTS Team : Eric Bunge, Mimi Hoang (Principals), Marc Puig (Associate, Project Manager), Kate MacGregor, Amanda Morgan, Tony-Saba Shiber, Albert Figueras, and Catherina Meier
Collaborators : Local Architect of Record: Ridell Kurczaba; Structural Engineer: Lex 3 Engineering, Inc.; Mech/Plumbing Engineer: Emans Smith Anderson Engineering; Civil Engineer: Richview Engineering; Electrical Engineer: Robertson & Associates Engineering
Image Credit: mir.no


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