Spanish Architects solution to losing weight

Spanish Architecture firm, Elii, has created a prototype model for a off-the-gird home that requires the users to generate part of the homes energy. The prototype, known as the JF-Kit House, incorporates calisthenic fixtures like weights and a spin bike that generate power while the inhabitants are exercising, thus the energy level in the home […]

Dawn at the Great Divide

¬†photo credit: David Thomas On my way skiing on New Year’s Day I stopped to watch the sunrise on Crowsnest Mountain. This photo taken by David Thomas captured the moment much better than my phone. May your New Year be as beautiful as this sunrise. – John Savill

Bloodless & Boneless Opening at the Trianon

The Trianon Gallery is pleased to announce our new exhibit Bloodless and Boneless, a collection of drawing, sculpture, and textile works that explore notions of excess and the body through fanciful and surreal imagery and objects. This show features the works of Joseph Anderson, Mary-Anne McTrowe, Shanell Papp and Lissa Robinson. Join us, along with […]

Welcome to our blog

Welcome to the new Savill Group Architecture website and blog This blog will act as a means to create regular commentary and share interesting articles relating to art and architecture. As the blog grows hope to deliver weekly posts relating to artists and their recent work, architecture projects in construction, ¬†highlights from staff travels and […]

The Cardiff/Miller House – Tiny House

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to go check out the opening reception for The Cardiff/Miller House on display at the U of L. I was excited that it was making a stop in Lethbridge as I’d been hearing bits and pieces about the project that John had assisted with before it was […]