P3A welcomes Landon Lucyk as an Intern Architect. Landon previously worked at P3A for a term as a Design Intern. He has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba and just recently completed his Masters of Architecture at the University of Manitoba. Welcome Landon!
P3A is pleased to announce the 2017 recipient of the P3A Dr. Joseph Pettick Memorial Scholarship is Métis artist Sarah Timewell. Sarah works predominantly in drawing, leather, and beadwork. She is inspired by nature and is fascinated by plants and culture.
In her new series Little Medicine Dress (working title), she recognizes the healing power of the plants around us. Native plants, with medicinal properties specific to her own ailments, are represented over the organ they support on the subtle form of a little black dress. After completion of the drawing series, the concept will be made into a single beaded dress. Sarah has an appreciation for often overlooked details and hopes to inspire others to slow down and reconnect with nature and culture.
Date: April, 2017
Medium: Coloured pencil and charcoal on black paper
Size: 76 cm x 113 cm (each)
P3A is thrilled to be chosen as the Prime Consultant for the Conexus Credit Union Head Office project.
We know the community is passionate about Wascana Park and College Avenue Campus, and we share that enthusiasm. As Prime Consultant for the College Avenue Campus Renewal Project, we intimately understand how the Conexus project is inextricably linked to the Campus, Darke Hall, and Wascana Park. We will integrate Conexus’ vision into the setting in a way that is innovative, transformational, and a complement to the Park and the surrounding heritage architecture.
The Conexus building will not only set a precedent for office design and functionality, but it will synergize with Darke Hall and the entire Campus site and create a one-of-a-kind space for Conexus members, students and the public.
For the latest news about the project visit https://conexusbuildingcommunities.ca
P3A, in partnership with Populous, created dynamic football and business operations spaces for the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club in new Mosaic Stadium. The vision was to create state-of-the-art facilities for players, coaches, operations staff and business support staff, and to provide Rider fans with an exceptional retail experience. The space includes multi-purpose meeting rooms, training rooms, team locker room, auditorium, offices, boardroom, jersey shop, and the flagship Rider store.
The inspiring spaces pay homage to the team’s history, reflect the passion of Saskatchewan fans, showcase the Riders’ vibrant brand, and provide the Rider organization with a competitive edge for recruitment and retention of the best players, staff and coaches.
We are proud to contribute to the premier team space in the CFL.
P3A welcomes Kolby Fletcher! Kolby recently completed the Architectural Technologies diploma program from Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw. He completed all three of his work terms in Regina throughout his time at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. During his work terms, he has spent time doing design and project management and gained valuable experience in both the public and private sector.
Before attending Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kolby attended the University of Regina and received an Arts Diploma in 2014.
Welcome to the team, Kolby!
P3A welcomes Alice Davidson! She joins P3A with 7 years of experience as a designer, having previously worked at another architecture firm and a project management consulting firm.
Alice has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba, and recently acquired a Project Management Certificate from the University of Regina CCE. She has passed two of the NCIDQ exams and is studying for the final exam.
In addition to her involvement with Interior Designers of Saskatchewan (IDAS), she is on the Board of Directors for the local PMI Chapter, serving as the VP of Community Relations.
The University of Regina released the approved design of the new College Building as part of the College Avenue Campus (CAC) Renewal Project. In 2015, P3A, in association with heritage expert Donald Luxton and Associates, was selected by the University of Regina to lead the project.
“A major goal of the design process was to rigorously examine the historic context of the site and understand its importance in the collective memory of the city,” said James Youck, P3A. “The result is a clearly contemporary design that draws on the historic buildings, reflects the importance of the park and will create a campus that is an educational and cultural hub for our city.”
To view a flyover video of the approved design, click here.
To hear about the project from James Youck and Donald Luxton, click here.