Shelley Donald is an Intern Architect with the Architectural Institute of BC and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the UBC School of Architecture. Shelley has been exposed to a broad spectrum of projects, from high end single family homes and award winning Gulf Island Cottages to subdivision planning, design guidelines, multi-family residential apartments and small commercial and municipal projects.
Interior Designer, RID
Josianne Berube has over ten years of experience designing residential and commercial interiors. She produces innovative solutions inspired by our client's vision. Responsible building practices is also a core value of Josianne. Her objective is to achieve the best design for the client and the space while being conscious of material choices and their impact on the environment.
Josianne holds a Diploma of interior design, and is a registered member of IDIBC. She has studied Joinery which has enriched her understanding of construction detailing. Currently, Josianne is enrolled in part-time studies at BCIT, working toward a Master Degree in Construction Management.
Architect AIBC, LEED
Andreas Kaminski, is a licensed Member of the AIBC and is LEED accredited. He has been dedicated to the practice of architecture for over 15 years and is committed to maintaining a high level of design integrity and client service. He has celebrated many successes in his career, notably he was honoured with the Emerging Architect Award in the prestigious International competition, Venice Biennale International Exhibition of Architecture. As well, he had the privilege of working with Hotson/Bakker/KPMB on the acclaimed Richmond City Hall. RCH won numerous awards, including the top two levels of Canadian recognition for Architecture, a Governor General’s Award and a Canadian Architect Award.
Architect AIBC, B.Arch., BES
Jayne Song completed a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Waterloo in 2000. Upon graduation, she joined the firm of Kearns Mancini Architects in Toronto where she worked on a diverse number of project types ranging from high-end commercial interiors, to budget-conscious social housing, to single-family residences. She was also involved with the high-profile competition-winning entry and the phased development of the master plan of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in downtown Toronto.
Architectural Designer, M.Arch
Luke Tyson completed a Master of Architecture at the University of Manchester in the UK. Luke has experience working on a diverse range of projects, achieving exposure to bespoke single family dwellings through to multi-residential and small scale commercial developments.
Luke is a recent addition to the office who relocated to Squamish from the UK. After receiving an award for design for previous studies, he is now working towards becoming an AIBC Architect.