Design and Construction. Architecture and Environment.
About Drew Rose, Architect AIBC
The design and construction of waterfront homes requires an understanding of the balance between architecture and the environment, between built form and given context, Drew Rose, Architect AIBC, of Still Point Architecture brings that to all his projects.
Drew had the good fortune to spend his childhood summers at the family cottage on beautiful Savary Island. These early times spent on Savary led to a life-long connection to the British Columbia coast and its many communities - both on the mainland and on the islands.
Between his two university degrees, Drew spent a number of years as a carpenter and contractor working primarily in remote areas of the coast. He has a keen awareness of the challenges of remote construction and of the special needs that arise with living ‘off the grid’.
With Still Point Architecture, Drew has drawn from his coastal roots to design numerous homes, vacation retreats, commercial buildings and larger projects throughout the region. Sustainability and sensitivity to the environment of the sites are always forefront in the design process.
Drew is currently enjoying the Coastal lifestyle and lives on Bowen Island with his wife and young daughter, and works from an office in the heart of Metro Vancouver.
Drew uses his knowledge and experience to work on large and small design projects around the province - on the coast or inland - and particularly enjoys design and construction projects with challenging sites and environmental issues that need to be addressed.
Use the contact us form to talk to Drew about your project.