Terry Tremayne

Terry Tremayne

Project Architect

Terry joins our San Francisco office after many years working on mixed use residential, K-12 education, civic and recreational project types in the Bay Area and in his native Vancouver B.C. His interest in architecture began with his studies in fine art and architectural history. Those studies honed his interest in representational communication, and the tactile skills associated with object making learnt handling materials as a young builder. Much of that perspective informs his architectural perspective today.

“I get passionate about history generally and about the history of modern art and architecture especially. The visual record of how architects think, how we visualize and describe experience is something I strive to get right as those efforts inform building design and often establish the basis of a conversation. I get passionate about making things that resonate with other people. Sometimes it’s simply about where you go and with whom and what you do when you get there.”

As a Project Architect who commits his attention to working through early design concepts and seeing them through to construction, Terry’s design ethic is driven by his commitment to creating inspiring well considered and detailed work that captures your attention. The opportunity to demonstrate a workable design idea, the pleasure of working out an architectural idea in the real world, keeps him motivated to communicate design ideas with conviction.

Master of Architecture
Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada

Bachelor of Environmental Design
Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada

Bachelor of Fine Arts
University of British Columbia, Canada

Registered Architect, California and British Columbia

NCARB Certified