4 Examples of Great Urban Design in Calgary | Avenue Magazine

| Monday, April 8, 2013

4 Examples of Great Urban Design in Calgary | Avenue Magazine.
MTA is proud to be part of 2 of 4

Lumix GF2 with Canon FD lenses

| Thursday, February 9, 2012

Experimenting with a Fotodiox FD to Micro 4/3 adapter has been fantastic. I'm thrilled to be able to mount some great old glass to a Panasonic GF2 Lumix.  So far I have tried a Canon 28 f2.8, 70-150mm f4-5.6 and a 200mm f4.  All focal lengths display a 2x factor compared to a 35mm film camera.  Below are some hand held stills from the Canon 200mm f4 that are analogous to a 400mm reach.  ICPix will post more images as we experiment and we may try our hand at some video as well. Let us know your thoughts.

Calgary Herald - Article on downtown campus

| Friday, January 6, 2012


University of Calgary Downtown Campus Redeux

| Friday, December 23, 2011

Here are some more images of the new University of Calgary Downtowm Campus by ICPix. Enjoy

MTA wins two Mayor's Urban Design Awards

| Friday, November 4, 2011

Marshall Tittemore Architects has won two Mayors Urban Design Awards MUDA on November 2nd 2011.

One for the University of Calgary Downtown Campus and the other for the SAIT Polytechnic Parkade along with Bing Thom Architects. Both of these projects have been previously photographed by ICPix and featured in this blog.

Congratulations to MTA


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Kinetic Facade - University of Calgary Downtown Campus

| Wednesday, October 19, 2011

As promised.

The Kinetic Facade is live on the University of Calgary Downtown Campus. ICPix will photograph and video this very soon. In the meantime, take a look at this youtube video from one of my collegues at MTA:



SAIT Parkade ,...Again!

| Thursday, September 15, 2011

Checkout some wonderful images by photographer Nic Nehoux of the SAIT Parkade. This project just won an AIBC Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Award of merit in Architecture. The Design Architect is of course Bing Thom Architects, and the Architect of Record is Marshall Tittemore Architects.

Check out:


(see the cover and page 32)


(his work is a favourite of ICPix)