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MCEWEN MANOR MIXED USE BUILDING

Designed for Ehrlo Community Services, this three storey-mixed use building in Regina's core will serve as a residence for 40 individuals as well as office space for Phoenix Residential Society and the Ranch Ehrlo Family Program.

The upper two floors are the residential component. The first design challenge was to create a livable, humane single user dwelling unit. This process involved a series of three dimensional suite models to ensure that the final design was optimal. Once the basic unit size was determined the challenge became to fit them all on the chosen site. The site width precluded arraying the units in a single, linear, double loaded corridor. The result was to skew the main corridor, creating the building's distinctive zig-zag shape.

The lower floor serves as office space for Phoenix Residential Society. A non-profit organization performing outreach assistance to the building's occupants as well as other Regina residents. The main floor program was larger in area than that of floors two and three. This created the opportunity to create outdoor amenity spaces, located in the folds of the upper floors.

McEwen Manor Mixed Use Building
Regina, Saskatchewan

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