ABOUT

We are big-city design talent in an unexpected place.

One One Ten is a network of single professionals joining forces as a collective team to realize architecture and the built environment in the context of a new paradigm of professional practice in western Canada. Our work is founded on the belief that architecture has a profound and powerful role in shaping our experience of the world. One One Ten's moniker name represents the calendar date our atelier was initiated. Our experience crosses various scales of complexity, size and building typology in the professional disciplines of architecture, environmental design, urbanism and planning.

Through empowering clients, our work attempts to address emerging challenges of our time in urban and regional landscapes and communities. Our design process and method is to explore themes of architectural theory and research through forms of collaboration for built and un-built work. As a growing collective, our work pursues opportunities to collaborate with experts from mixed disciplines who enable architecture to enrich, re-interpret and create transformative exchanges that realize the potential of each unique project. Our projects are also deliberate responses to diverse social & physical landscapes situated in the public context. We may well be the region's best kept architectural secret.

One One Ten is an emerging force for architecture and urbanism situated in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada - a growing city of nearly 100,000 citizens.


Think you can't afford an architect? You can.

For many people, full architectural design services are not in the cards. In these cases, to provide greater access and help more people improve building outcomes, we offer individual and packaged design services in addition to full services so that you can work with a design professional when it matters most: in the earliest stage of your project when ideas are formed and advanced on paper with zero construction cost implications to making repeat changes.


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