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"Anyone can design, but not anyone can produce and execute a good, mindful,  well-balanced design that works"

LVP brings ideas and concepts to life through a vast process that involves all  parties to collaborate and achieve the main goal of the project. This to produce a well-planned, well-executed and well-thought out product that will serve its purpose as per the visions of the great minds and individuals involved from its design conception to its execution.
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Lawrence Punsalan Architect AIBC


Lawrence gained his BS Architecture degree at the University of Santo Tomas, España, Manila, Philippines in 2003. He gained firsthand experience working with local Filipino Architects designing and drawing houses while studying architecture. He worked during summer breaks with Leondro V. Locsin Partners Architects in which he found passion for residential design. After his formal studies, he moved to Vancouver, BC, Canada to pursue his career in architecture.  He joined Empire Kitchen and Bath (formerly known as Kitchen Space) in Vancouver and designed high-end kitchens for local Vancouverites. Then he  moved on to Chernoff Thompson Architects in 2004 and became a registered Intern Architect with the AIBC (Architectural Institute of British Columbia) where he gained his local core knowledge and understanding of the local Canadian architectural and construction profession. He worked on various project types from single family residential, sports complexes, laboratory buildings, schools and various tenant improvement projects during his tenure. He then joined Zeidler Partnership Architects in 2006 and was exposed to multi-family and high rise buildings which strengthened his specialization in residential design. In 2007 he became a part of  Cannon Design Architecture and worked on the Richmond Olympic Oval Legacy Project, Fort Saint John Hospital, IHA Kelowna General Hospital and the Science World Renewal Project implemented on the world renowned Vancouver landmark. Since 2013, he is with Parkin Architects.  He formally established LVP Design and Developments in 2007, and as a licensed Architect with AIBC launched LVP Architecture Inc. in 2014.

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