As the building’s original designers, Merrick Architecture recently completed $1.8-million renovation exhibition space featuring a new mezzanine gallery, an educational and social gathering place, and a covered pavilion. The renovation expands the current programmable space while reflecting contemporary Indigenous artists and preserving the legacy of Haida master Bill Reid.
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Siem Lelum (Respected House) Phase 2 has won at the Vancouver Island Building Excellence Awards
Siem Lelum (Respected House) Phase 2 has won an award for Best Multi-Family Low Rise Development at the 2018 VIBE Awards.
Merrick Architecture thanks all who have contributed to this project alongside BC Housing. Congratulations to all!
Bill Reid Gallery | Celebrating 10 years with a $1.5 Million Renovation
The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art has announced a $1.5 million renovation to repurpose its current space, allowing the gallery to expand its exhibition offerings and increase its artistic and educational programming.
Merrick Architecture | Blending Community, Humanity, Culture, History, and Sustainability for Every Project
Merrick Architecture is featured in the latest September 2017 issue of the Canadian Business Journal.
New Associates at Merrick!
We welcome COLIN MERRIAM and MARK ZAITSOFF to our Leadership Team!
Principals Gregory Borowski, Mitch Sakumoto, Graham Fligg, and Shaun McIntyre are pleased to appoint Colin Merriam and Mark Zaitsoff as Associates, to complement the established role of the Studio’s Senior Associates Bette Adams, Louise Webb and Darryl Jonas.