Florian Jungen Architect is a fully licensed architecture studio based in Canmore, Alberta focusing on small to medium scaled residential and commercial projects. We offer professional and highly personalized design services with the knowledge and skill developed over two generations of designing and building in the Bow Valley and throughout Western Canada.
We live, work and play on the ancestral home of the Îyâxe Nakoda, who hold these mountains as sacred places. Before the establishment of arbitrary political boundaries, the Bow Valley region was also travelled by the Ktunaxa and the Maskwacis people. We commit to the work of reconciliation with all indigenous peoples and with the earth itself.
Architect AAA, LEED AP
Master of Architecture, Dalhousie University
ACMG Ski Guide
Florian grew up surrounded by drafting tables and construction sites. He completed a master's degree in architecture at Dalhousie University in Halifax and then apprenticed at leading architecture firms across the globe from Berlin, to Montreal and Vancouver.
Florian is a licensed and registered architect with the Alberta Association of Architects. He has special interests in green building and design for remote mountain environments. Florian serves as a member of the Canmore Planning Commission and the Canmore Heritage Advisory Committee.
Florian is also a backcountry ski guide certified by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides.
Founder and Owner Habitat Design Ltd
Diplom Innenarchitektur, ETH Basel
Peter founded Habitat Design shortly after emmigrating to Canada from Switzerland in 1973. He quickly developed a reputation for his European sense of design, craftsmanship and attention to detail. He has been sought out to design and build some of the finest homes in and around Calgary. He is now mostly retired but still enjoys consulting on projects and continues to share his more than 40 years of knowledge and experience.
Peter has climbed and paraglided all over the world. He made first ascents of many big faces in the European Alps and has climbed over 8000m in the Himalaya.