Visit this sculpture by Katie Ohe and you'll walk among the stars.
We partied with Frosé, flatbreads and selfie sticks on the Stephen Avenue patio of Cactus Club Cafe.
It sits on a 50x109-foot lot with a large veranda and huge private backyard.
What you need to know to make the most of patios in Calgary.
There's more to it than just having your finances in order.
The pop-up container park includes temporary stores renting vintage bikes, selling letterpress stationary and offering frozen treats. Plus, there is a stage and twinkling lights at night. It opens June 1.
John Brown is heading up a program at the University of Calgary's Faculty of Environmental Design and has envisioned a modular, pre-fabricated home for frail, aging adults. The laneway home design will be tested this summer.
It's our property of the week and it is LEED certified with triple-paned windows, energy-efficient appliances and a mid-century-inspired design.
Admire tulips planted just for Canada 150, visit parks with special programming and free breakfasts, or visit your favourite local park and host your own Canada 150 party.
Most people don’t think twice about walking down a narrow hall or up a few stairs, but for people with physical disabilities, these small design elements can turn into impassable obstacles.
These local companies are creating architectural, fashion and product designs that innovate in terms of concept, production, form and function.
Started in 1909, the club now has more than 100 members and still meets weekly.
The building was originally a synagogue and later was transformed into townhomes.
Retiring right at 65 is becoming less common, especially in Alberta.
Calgary and its surrounding area is full of creative people and beautiful pieces of art. Here is just one piece you should know about.
Most people would agree that staying active is the key to a happy retirement. Here are four Calgarians who prove that age is no restriction when it comes to doing what you love.