Manasc Isaac Architects
Shafraaz Kaba is a principal and architect at Manasc Isaac Architects with offices in Edmonton, Calgary and Bucharest. Over the last 16 years, he has made significant contributions to the design and cultural landscape of Edmonton. He was named one of Edmonton's Top 40 under 40 in 2010 and is proud of being one of the founding members of the Media, Architecture Design Edmonton (MADE) Society. He has built an infill net-zero-ready home in Beverly Heights for his family that was featured by David Suzuki in 2011. Shafraaz was the partner responsible for the development of the Mosaic Centre in Edmonton- a 30,000 square foot office building striving for net-zero energy. Shafraaz was the lead project architect from Manasc Isaac for the new Centre for Arts and Culture, now named Allard Hall at MacEwan University.