Atmospheric Perspective is an emerging architecture studio, offering end to end architectural design services, as well as place making, interior design and industrial design services. All with a focus on the experiential qualities of space, objects and place. aP is based in Vancouver, Canada.
Spaces of Experience
Atmospheric Perspective designs for culture, hospitality, healthcare and education; what I consider to be spaces of experience. Within these places, a strong relationship exists between the physical qualities of space and their human experiences; here, architecture can act as the tipping point towards positive experiences leading to a more inclusive, accessible and sustainable future.
With You, Not For You!
Utilizing a process of co-creation, Atmospheric Perspective works with you not for you, to develop a unique identity for each project. Paired with an integrated approach to technical design, Atmospheric Perspective works as a team leader to balance design aspirations with pro-forma, constructability and market conditions.
Acknowledgement is not enough
Based on the unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations in Vancouver, Canada. Atmospheric Perspective is pleased to work with First Nations across western Canada. In addition to acknowledging the colonial histories of the land where we work, Atmospheric Perspective provides indigenous clients with financial support for cultural events.
Andrew founded Atmospheric Perspective in 2022. Over 7 years of practicing architecture, Andrew has gained a breadth of experience taking projects from idea to reality at award winning firms across Canada; with leadership roles on projects super small to extra large, in sectors ranging from education, and healthcare-lite to culture and hospitality. Andrew approaches each project with the same curiosity and rigour, working as a team leader to discover and deliver each project’s goals and aspirations
A maker at heart, Andrew has a breadth of experience in construction, working for some of Canada’s largest contractors on significant city building projects. Andrew’s approach to architecture balances design aspirations with the constraints of the building site, market conditions, pro-forma and constructability.
Atmospheric Perspective is based at Makerlabs a collective of artists, designers and makers. A not-for-profit organization, Makerlabs fosters an atmosphere of collaboration and experimentation, leading to a feeling that anything is possible.