Work ethic well recieved..

To this day...

Over 25 years, my professionalism has been put to the test, and still persevering to offer the best service to my clients.  Clients responses are always positive and my experience shows through my work that they can expect to be listened to, and the project built that meets their expectations.  This has been the case since the first time I started working as an Architect 25 years ago to this day.  On rare occasions I may say no for a potential new project, but I am  known to state "yes I can." as the answer of choice. By saying yes strives in perfecting my work ethic continuouly and highly interesting project experiences to grow.  You can always learn somethiing new and be excited on any type of project big or small...

Third year in Architectural School

McGill University, faculty of Architecture

1987

After working hard on the final project requiring to design the home and an entertainement facility for well know artist Zamfir.  Zamfir was invited as a critic for the final presentation, where my presentation received very positive remarks that the project met 100% of Zamfirs expectations, Thereafter my project received an award by McGill Architectural faculty and is now held in the library & collections of the McLennan Library...

Project Ideas

Every space is different.  Every structure has its unique reason for existing. Every client has his chance to be listen to.  This is where the pilot light of the project is started and their intentions keep burning throughout the design process..  It might be thought that thousand ideas are required before arriving at the perfect one for a project or client, but if well listened too, this process can be expedited. It's a necessary part of the creative architectural process and one that we take seriously. Here's how we do it:


  • Start with a first meeting with client.
  • Create a mind map upon listening  to words and phrases spoken by the client
  • Use the mind map to arrive at the 3-5 top project objectives
  • Use the top 3-5 project objectives to brainstorm project goals in a non-judgmental environment
  • Utilize the  project objectives and goal and prepare a conceptual sketch with the first 2 weeks after the first meeting.
  • Rigorously review goals and objectives to assign a priority ranking
  • Maintain a ongoing open discussion with client, validating needs and objectvies.
  • Create project plan based on goals and objectives that includes milestones and contingencies

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