Principal Architect AIBC, ARB, RIBA, MRAIC
Nick is a qualified Architect and has been working in practice since 2001 after graduating from the Welsh School of Architecture. Whilst working on high profile projects at Jestico+Whiles Architects in London, England, Nick was involved in many award winning designs including the prestigious UK Housing Design Award  for the design of a highly sustainable mid-rise residential building in East London.
Moving to Vancouver in 2010, Nick was a lead designer for a number of award-winning buildings whilst working for Alfred Waugh Architects and Christopher Bozyk Architects. These projects included 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.
Having now established his own award nominated studio, Nick Bray Architecture Ltd, Nick brings a diverse background of international experience to specialize in sustainable designs in an evolving Vancouver architecture landscape.
As part of our ongoing involvement in promoting sustainable design, Nick regularly gives lectures and lunch & learns on Passive-House, as well as hosting open-houses at construction sites. He sits on CHBA’s Technical Research Committee, HAVAN’s Government Relations Committee and the AFBC’s Advocacy and Practice Committee, and regularly participates in City of Vancouver, ZebX and Passive-House-Canada panels relating to building sustainability policy and direction.