Monthly Archives: August 2017

THESE BRICKS HAVE A STORY TO TELL

Volume one of our renewal series is a hotel conversion located at 258 Burnell Street.

258 Burnell Street was originally home to the Canada Bread Company built in 1912, who boasted “fourteen ovens that could bake four-hundred loaves an hour“. The original site included a stable building (now demolished) for the teams of horses that delivered bread. With its remaining stately proportions and solid stoic structure we can’t help but feel that the spirit of the building embraces a sense of sanctuary nicely lending itself to its repurposing as residences.

Within this study, we will enthusiastically endeavor to bring a seamless refinement and ennobled lifestyle by meticulously considering every angle and proportional detail with a mature understanding of understated elegance, the prerequisite of a discerning modern lifestyle.

Please join us in our journey to transcend time and trends as we attempt to take from the best of each era and combine it with modern design aesthetic and construction methods.

Watch for future updates!

2017 FIL-CAN CABLETOW LODGE No. 189 GOLF TOURNAMENT

ARCCADD Architecture Inc. would like to congratulate this years winner of the 2017 Fil-Can Cabletow Lodge No. 189 Golf Fundraising Tournament, Mr. Mario Alcantara. Proceeds from this event help establish scholarships and bursaries for talented Winnipeg high school students and provide much needed opportunities for school children in the Philippines.

We are pleased to sponsor the Fil-Can Cabletow Lodge No. 189 and it’s endeavours to empower both communities in Winnipeg and the Philippines.

JOSEPH, COME IN OUT OF THE RAIN!

We are very pleased to announce that our team is growing! Welcoming Joseph Miller is bitter sweet for us at ARCCADD Architecture Inc. Bitter because he was only made available by the retirement of our good friend and colleague, David Goyer. We miss you David! Sweet because Joseph is an excellent asset to our team. Joseph comes to ARCCADD Architecture Inc. with a breadth of knowledge and experience that he gained in his 6 years working with David and is looking forward to joining the RAIC Syllabus Program with the goal of becoming an Architect.

Welcome Joseph