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about us

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what we do

We design functional, attractive, sensible architecture whether it's seniors’ housing, private schools, commercial projects, church architecture or modern custom homes. We want our clients to be confident their project is feasible.


Our designs don’t just look good on paper: we want to show our clients they can actually be built in the real world so we work carefully to design buildings that meet their needs and their budget. We don’t want to waste our clients' time and money designing architecture that can never be built.


We want our client’s building projects to succeed, whatever the type or size.

we make architecture happen.

For the past 40 years we have been successful in helping our clients ensure their projects are feasible & achievable:

- Realistic renovations, master planning, additions & new building design.

- Inclusive design process to develop common vision and consensus.

- Functional, sensible, cost-effective contemporary architecture.

- Accurate cost estimating to ensure project feasibility.

- Feasibility Studies to help set the project direction.


Our clients' vision becomes reality

through our technology & experience:

- 3D computer modelling to help you visualize your building.

- CAD (Computer Assisted Drawing) & B.I.M. (Building Information Modelling).

- Past project experience in Alberta, B.C., Saskatchewan and Ontario.

- Accurate cost estimating to ensure project feasibility.

our office


156 st paul


Conversion of the historic Garden City Florists building, built circa. 1870 by Dr. Theophilus Mack - founder of St. Catharines' first hospital. Our firm undertook an extensive renovation resulting in a contemporary office space with modern second-floor apartment.


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156 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines, ON, L2R 3M2


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David Parker



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David is the director of Parker Architects in Ontario and a partner at Parker Seminoff Architects in Calgary. He has over 40 years experience across Canada as a specialist in church design and was a founding partner of Woods Parker Architects in Calgary. David has worked with more than 200 churches of all sizes across Canada ranging from 100 to over 4,000 people and has designed numerous Senior’s Housing projects, Summer Camps, Private Schools and award winning residential designs.

Larissa Brodksy



Larisa is an integral part of Parker Architects design team,  being involved in all aspects of the firm as well as being the principal of her own design firm. Larisa received her MA in Urban Design and Planning from the Institute of Building Engineering of Kiev in 1973 and her M.Arch from the University of Calgary in 1988. Larissa is currently licensed in Ontario.

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John Davies


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John is Senior Architectural Technologist at Parker Architects, having been with the firm since 1997 and having a total of over 30 years of experience. John’s responsibilities include contract document preparation and construction administration. He's a graduate of Mohawk College.

Carlos Ochoa


Carlos is a licensed architect in Colombia, graduating in 2001.

He worked 12 years in Fort Lauderdale, before immigrating to Canada in 2013. He joined the firm in 2015 and continues to work for his previous

firm in Florida. Carlos' responsibilities include design, contract document preparation and construction supervision.


Quite simply, we love to help our clients succeed in making the world a better place. An architectural project is a major undertaking for most of our clients; it can be a once-in-a-lifetime event.


For our church and school clients, it’s about being good stewards of the funds they have been trusted with. Because we focus on only a few types of architecture we are able to leverage our past experience to help ensure our clients get the best value for their money and to anticipate common problems before they come up.

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