The project, eleven town houses framing a central courtyard, takes advantage of the views of the open school ground to the west, fits into the tree lined streetscape to the south, and diminishes the view of the apartment tower to the north.
Five, two storey row houses form the street edge while a second row of five sit atop the lane-accessed, individual garages at the north edge of the site and facing into the central courtyard. The increased height of the north units ensures solar penetration, while a rear walled terrace blocks the view of the high rise next door. An eleventh unit at the east end closes and overlooks the courtyard. All units enjoy a two storey window to the south and open plan, loft-like floor spaces. Connaught Gardens is listed on the Alberta Association of Architects’ Chronicle of Significant Alberta Architecture.