Marc Haberli

Architect AAA, LEED AP BD+C
Calgary

Marc’s fascination with ‘how things are built’ began when he witnessed his father build an entire cedar strip canoe as a child. Decades later, this same inquisitiveness has taken Marc around the world, providing him with a global understanding of the built environment, inspiring and informing his work.

Whether its integrating nature into our urban areas, or advancing building energy performance, Marc is driven by the desire to improve the health and well-being of people and the environment. He believes that by rethinking the status quo, and providing well-researched solutions, we can successfully create buildings with a positive impact.

As our cities grow and transform, Marc is excited about the opportunity to help shape future development—creating buildings and places where people and communities can thrive.

"I'm excited about our city's future and the opportunity to elevate the urban experience through creative placemaking, mixed-use, and transit-oriented development."
128 3rd Avenue SW, Calgary
Urban revitalization mixed-used development in Calgary's Chinatown.
"By rethinking the status quo, and providing well-researched solutions, we can successfully create buildings with a positive impact."
Ambleside Integrated Site, Edmonton
Site master planning, functional programming, building design, and LEED certification services for the City of Edmonton’s SW District Office and Service Yard in partnership with marc boutin architectural collaborative.
FUN FACT
An outdoor adventurist, Marc loves to ski, mountain bike, hike, and climb—any activity that gets him out into nature.

Marc's Featured Work

Marine Gateway Highstreet
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Marine Gateway
Vancouver, British Columbia
Rendering of Tremblay station plaza.
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Ottawa Confederation Line
Ottawa, Ontario
Rendering of prototype metro station showing elegant steel canopy structure.
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Riyadh Metro Prototype Stations
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia