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.
P3A is proud to announce that Brenda-Dale McLean has completed the requirements for registration with the Saskatchewan Association of Architects. Originally from Nova Scotia, Brenda-Dale joined P3A in 2013 following the completion of her Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies at Dalhousie University.
Throughout her time at Dalhousie Brenda-Dale studied and worked across the continent on a number of projects. Her thesis work expanded on these experiences, exploring the potential for small-scale architecture to empower rural youth. Brenda-Dale has a keen interest in design at all scales, and has an appreciation for meaningful community and stakeholder involvement throughout the design process.