Emirates NBD Headquarters - Selected as the winning entry following an international design competition the curved nautical forms of the elegant 16-storey building take their inspiration from the dhow: a traditional local sailing vessel, the Bank's trademark and an integral part of Dubai’s history.
SAS Canadian Headquarters. The architecture was an opportunity to increase branding and achieve more visual prominence. As the world’s largest privately held software developer, SAS’s new Canadian headquarters was an opportunity to create an exemplary workplace that would allow the company to attract and retain staff of the highest calibre and foster a unique corporate culture. Image by Steven Evans Photography Inc.
Al Tijaria Tower - Pushing the boundaries of design this iconic landmark is a unique addition to the city's skyline. With its modern architectural form, the project provides an inspiration and transition for future commercial developments.
Al Hitmi Complex - Uniquely sculptural, the solid building masses are sliced through by a large glazed atrium. This mixed-use landmark development located on a prime waterfront site along the Doha Corniche is unlike other commercial projects in the city.
Ford Canadian Headquarters - The building was designed to a high environmental standard, well before green targets such as LEED existed. Use of recycled materials was stressed throughout, including incorporating existing materials into the parkade area from the demolition of the building it replaced. The new headquarters reflects a changing attitude, one of adopting a site design approach that is environmentally focused.
Centre 10 Office Development - Recognized by industry writers as a Top Commercial Project, Centre 10 is built on the site of a former retail strip. When Centron Group acquired the abandoned property in July 2011, two previous attempts had been made by developers to construct two high-rise condominium towers.