7 Awesome Calgary Offices We Visited in 2018

These workplaces feature colourful murals, beer on tap and even a slide.


Benevity’s Calgary team moved into its new Bridgeland office in 2017. Spanning three floors, the bright, dog-friendly space is decked out in 19 colourful murals designed by the company’s own creative team. Photograph by Alana Willerton.

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Brookline Public Relations

Brookline Public Relations’ office was inspired by principal and founder Shauna MacDonald’s time living in Boston’s Brookline area. The space’s original exposed brick, wooden beams and 14-foot ceilings are complemented by 16 photos and prints of the Brookline area and boardrooms named after places in Boston. Photograph by Alana Willerton.

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The Commons

Sophisticated with some rustic charm, The Commons co-working office (located in a building that dates back to the early 1900s) is a beautiful spot to work or hold an event. Photograph by Chris Amat.

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An orange slide, bean bag chairs, arcade games, bunk beds, a huge Silicon Valley-inspired mural — believe it or not, this actually describes the office of Myntex, which might just be home to the funnest office space in Calgary. Photograph by Alana Willerton.

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RE/MAX House of Real Estate

This is not your typical real estate office. Located in Altadore, RE/MAX House of Real Estate‘s office features an eye-catching moss wall, around 300 plants in its kitchen/lounge area and direct access to local coffee shop NHBR. Photograph courtesy of Rndsqr.

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Urban Systems

Calgary’s Nyhoff Architecture transformed a 102-year-old heritage building into a new home for Urban Systems‘ Calgary branch. What did that take? Let’s just say this staircase wasn’t there before. Photograph by Alana Willerton.

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Work Nicer

Calgary’s co-working scene got even cooler this year with the arrival of Work Nicer‘s second location in the Beltline. Tool Shed beer on tap, a “virtual receptionist” and meeting rooms named after famous movie quotes are just a few of the perks that members can expect here. Photograph by Alana Willerton.

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