Kelvin Kellman

Design / Project Lead


Kelvin was born and raised in Guyana, South America, where he cultivated a deep appreciation and respect for Nature. Kelvin studied Architecture and Environmental Design at The University of Manitoba, focusing his studies primarily on Ecological Architecture and Sustainable Design. Upon completing his degree, Kelvin spent 8 months traveling through Japan, immersing himself in the culture, history, art and architecture of Japan.

A talented professional with over 18 years of experience, Kelvin has worked on a wide variety of project types and scales. He spent 3 years working as a Project Architect in New York City, where he managed a portfolio of new building projects. In his work, Kelvin seeks to maintain a purposeful balance between nature, art and architecture. The natural environment is his source of inspiration, resulting in a design aesthetic which recognizes that architecture should not only express the conditions of our cultural and social fabric, but also resonate with the rhythms of nature, expressing in harmonious conversation its patterns, textures and ‘spirit’.

Kelvin’s creativity has been recognized with: 2nd Place, Best Large Exhibit Design (800+ sf Tradeshow Booth), by The Canadian Gift & Tableware Association – CGTA, Spring, 2007.

When not in studio, Kelvin can be found engaged in his passion of competitive sailing, participating in one of the offshore races on Lake Ontario.