Sam Clark

BA(Hons) Dip.Arch, M.Arch, Dip.PG, ARB

Fantastical. Realist. Shiba tamer.

Sam has a particular interest in regenerative architecture, marshaling new technologies and innovative thinking in pursuit of socially and environmentally sustainable design. His sound technical and visualization skills help him find elegant, coherent responses to complex and thorny issues.

Educated at the University of Greenwich and the Bartlett School of Architecture in London, he has worked a range of projects across sectors and scales. He has also kept up his connection to academia, acting as a guest critic for architecture courses at the Bartlett and at Oxford Brookes University.

Sam moved to Vancouver from London in 2016 in search of a lifestyle that aligned with his interests — which include sailing and descending mountains at high speeds, whether on bike or snowboard. When he’s feeling less energetic, he likes to grow plants and wrangle with a boisterous Shiba.

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