Down + Livesey Architects

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Down + Livesey Architects

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1995-2004

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Down + Livesey Architects is a Calgary-based architectural and urban design firm established in 1995 by its two principals, David A. Down and Graham Livesey. From 1995 to 2004, Down + Livesey Architects was recognized for its expertise in residential developments, art gallery design, administration facilities, bottle recycling facilities, and urban design. Among the notable projects of Down + Livesey are the Uptown Bottle Depot (Calgary, 1997-1998), Bliss Residence (Bragg Creek, 1998-2001), Westmount Road Development (Calgary, 1999-2001), the Art Gallery of Calgary (Calgary, 2001-2003), Alberta College of Art & Design Expansion (Calgary, 2000-2002), Discovery House (Calgary, 1999-2004), Greystones Condominiums (Calgary, 2001-2002), Vulcan County Administration Building (Vulcan, 2001-2003), Grande Prairie Public Library/Prairie Art Gallery (with Teeple Architects, Grande Prairie, 2003-2004). The firm has been the recipient of a Masonry Design Award of Merit for the Uptown Bottle Depot in 1998 and a Prairie Design Award of Merit in 2000 for 2112 Westmount Road. The firm was dissolved in 2004.

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