“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela
At its very heart, architecture is undeniably about helping people. Architects create spaces that allow people to live fuller lives, work better and be happier; it can even affect how they heal. It is a challenging yet hugely rewarding career that impacts society for generations.
By Robert Boraks, Director, Parkin Architects Limited
It has become apparent that federal, provincial, and territorial governments are focussing efforts on improving First Nation and Inuit infrastructure. Over the last number of years, Parkin has had the opportunity to build a strong northern portfolio. Read more
“Today’s consumers demand a facility that is accessible, that reinforces their need for independence, respects patients’ need for privacy and dignity and preserves confidentiality.” – May Chow, Principal, Parkin Architects Limited
Lynne Wilson Orr, Principal, Parkin Architects Limited
- 1. There are no universal colour rules.
- 2. Everyone thinks they are a colour expert.
- 3. Someone will love mauve and be hurt when we don’t use their favourite colour.