Leilani Chabot


A student of Architecture Design and Technology at VCAD. Explore the projects of VCAD’s talented alumni from below and get a first-hand look at their original work.

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Global Village

The design is about helping the site and surrounding, the movement of the community. Moreover, the togetherness, by bringing together the differences between races, gender, culture, beliefs, ages and status in life. Learning and sharing as one.

The design is about helping the site and surrounding, the movement of the community. Moreover, the togetherness, by bringing together the differences between races, gender, culture, beliefs, ages and status in life. Learning and sharing as one.

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Richmond Complex

The Client is a land developer who is proposing to develop a new commercial building in the heart of an established neighbourhood. In line with the current pandemic, our team would like to proposed a Supermarket dedicated to Organic Consumer...

The Client is a land developer who is proposing to develop a new commercial building in the heart of an established neighbourhood. In line with the current pandemic, our team would like to proposed a Supermarket dedicated to Organic Consumers. Richmond Organic farm specialised in producing certified organic vegetables, fruits, and eggs through the use of sustainable farming practices to provide customers with the freshest organic products withing 24 hours of being harvested. At the Café Lounge when you order it, you can harvest it and they will cook it fresh. Yoga Studio provides different yoga classes accessible on the rooftop during summer period. This is how the world should be. A sustainable design, using positive energy building as a core focal concept. Low carbon emissions, improved indoor air quality through negative/positive air pressure, and merging nature and architecture in harmonious ways. The design will provide proper utilities for safety and functionality first, with a special focus on preventing future outbreaks and epidemics. The Project team seeks to encourage communal and sustainable living amongst the community. This also proves that modern architecture can work seamlessly with sustainable architecture practices without losing the dynamism and aesthetic value of the building.

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Aloha Residential Project

The aim of this Modern Countryside House was to go further with its connection to the environment. a large number of green trees were positioned around the building taking into the location of the property and attempting to address carbon neutra...

The aim of this Modern Countryside House was to go further with its connection to the environment. a large number of green trees were positioned around the building taking into the location of the property and attempting to address carbon neutrality. At the same time, this manages to create shade and filter the ambient air quality. The exterior of the building is made of breathable and environmentally friendly paint with galvanized steel. The interior design is not extravagant and tries to remain ethical and sustainable. Environmentally friendly recycled materials have been extensively used so the structure is easily alterable. The house was designed with 1 master bedroom with attached bathroom, 2 bedroom, 1 full bathroom open concept dining area, living room, and balconies. Marble bathrooms and kitchen interior walls and flooring.

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9th Ave Hub Centre

The project site is situated along 9 Ave SE, originally known as Atlantic Avenue, which is Calgary’s first main street and earliest commercial area. Today, 9 Ave SE is a mix of building styles that create an eclectic pattern of development, buil...

The project site is situated along 9 Ave SE, originally known as Atlantic Avenue, which is Calgary’s first main street and earliest commercial area. Today, 9 Ave SE is a mix of building styles that create an eclectic pattern of development, buildings, and uses that define Inglewood’s main street. The main streets are active corridors that attract Calgarians to socialise, work, live, shop, dine and celebrate ideal places for mixed-use, residential, commercial, and retail. The site is a former Car Dealer which will be demolished as required by the project. The site Zone is DC – Mixed-Use (Direct Control) The maximum floor area ratio allowed is 2.0. The maximum building height is 45m.

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