Posts Tagged ‘WZMH Architects’


Monday, June 10th, 2013

JURY COMMENT - The transformation of a coal-fired power station on the Halifax harbour to a commercial building employing 600 people made for a compelling story of environmental,
economic and social sustainability. These broad ambitions were reinforced with impressive energy performance, good use of natural light and an innovative envelope upgrade. The project acknowledges its industrial past in the scale and character of the atrium space, and offers public access to the waterfront where none existed before.


Nova Scotia Power - Halifax, NS

Monday, September 26th, 2011

This major adaptive reuse project is located on a two hectare site at the southern end of the downtown waterfront in Halifax with access from Lower Water Street. The site steps down approximately 7.5m from west to east, from Lower Water Street to the harbour. To the south there has been significant redevelopment of some of the existing harbour buildings including the NSCAD, and historic Pier 21. To the north and west vacant lots exist that will be subject to future development.

By WZMH Architects