Nick Bray Architecture Ltd. is a Vancouver based AIBC-registered studio that strives to deliver exciting and innovative buildings that exceed our clients’ expectations.

The studio specialises in sustainable design solutions that respond to local context and environment. Passive-house techniques are used to create low-energy buildings which benefit from natural light, fresh air and warmth, whilst being built for longevity. Our space-efficient plans maximise municipal-bylaw allowances whilst being highly practical. We listen to and work for our clients to ensure that all their aspirations are identified and translated into unique and elegant buildings.

Working with Project Mint Developments, we can provide a fully integrated design-build service that is efficient and dependable, and considers budget from the outset.

We are proud to work with a team of highly skilled and motivated consultants that share our passion for quality design and construction, and together we strive to deliver exceptional buildings.

MINTs on the jobsite
LightWorks, Vancouver, BC
Christopher Bozyk Architects
MINTs hard at work
InGastown, Vancouver, BC
Christopher Bozyk Architects
MINT embossed in rock
Barrow St, North Vancouver, BC
Christopher Bozyk Architects
Nick Bray Architect BSc[hons] BArch PgDip ARB RIBA AIBC

Nick is a fully qualified Architect and has been working in practice since 2001 after graduating from the Welsh School of Architecture. He gained a diverse background of international experience prior to moving to Vancouver in 2010. Nick was involved in many award-winning designs whilst working on high-profile projects at Jestico+Whiles Architects in London, England. These awards included the prestigious UK Housing Design Award [2008] for the design of a highly sustainable mid-rise residential building in East London.

Since moving to Canada, Nick has been lead designer for a number of award-winning buildings whilst working for Alfred Waugh Architects and Christopher Bozyk Architects. These projects include the O’Syiam Pavilion in Squamish, the Barrow Street light-industrial complex in North Vancouver, the mid-rise InGastown apartment building in downtown Vancouver, and the LightWorks commercial building in Mount Pleasant.

MINTs on the jobsite
O'Syiam Pavilion, Squamish, BC
Alfred Waugh Architects
MINTs hard at work
Greenwich Peninsula, London, UK
Jestico+Whiles Architects
MINT embossed in rock
Royal Quay, London, UK
Jestico+Whiles Architects


Article: Next Home Magazine [Oct 2018]

2018 Ovation Awards:
  • Winner: BC Housing Award for Excellence in Innovative Housing Choices
  • Winner: Best Townhouse/Rowhome Infill Development - Anzio Triplex
  • Finalist: Best Small-Scale Home - Anzio Laneway

Expert: Sat on Judging panel for the 2018 CARE Awards of Vancouver Island [July 2018]

2018 Vancouver Home Show: Winner: Best exhibition booth

Article: Fortis BC [Oct 2017]

2017 Georgie Awards:
  • Finalist: Best Multi-Family Infill Development - Pender Duplex
  • Finalist: Best Multi-Family Kitchen - Pender Duplex
  • Finalist: Best Multi-Family Townhouse Development - Pender Duplex
2017 Ovation Awards:
  • Winner: Best Townhouse/Rowhome Infill Development - Pender Duplex
  • Winner: Best New Kitchen: Multi-Family Home - Pender Duplex
  • Finalist: Best Kitchen and Greatroom Renovation - Rancher Reno
  • Finalist: Best Renovation - Single family home - Rancher Reno
  • Finalist: Best Interior Design Display Suite: Multi-Family Home

Article: Award Magazine [Feb 2017]

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