Our collaborative team of architects, intern architects and technologists drive our culture of innovation and inspired solutions that advance our clients' mission.

Our expertise spans the full range of architectural services through all phases

  • Conceptual design
  • Master planning
  • Detailed design
  • Production
  • Construction administration.

It is with great excitement that we announce – We Are Moving! After close to 15 years in our current location Ciccozzi Architecture will open the doors to its new office space on September 9th, 2019. Located in the heart of the downtown core 1095 West Pender Street offers stunning panoramic views of Coal Harbour, Stanley Park and the North Shore Mountains from every vantage point.

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It is with great excitement that we announce – We Are Moving! After 13 years in our current location Ciccozzi Architecture will open the doors to its new office space in the Fall of 2019! Located in the heart of the downtown core 1095 West Pender Street offers stunning panoramic views of Coal Harbour, Stanley Park and the North Shore Mountains from every vantage point.

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Over the next few weeks, we’re discussing how architecture plays in to sustainable development and how it supports the movement towards a greener future.
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On Monday, we talked about LEED and how it has grown to become the industry standard for green building. Today, we’re pulling in the reins and examining a system for sustainable architecture that was built right here on home soil: Built Green Canada. (more…)

Ciccozzi Architecture is currently working on plans to build PICS, Diversity Village, a complex care facility for seniors. The Progressive Intercultural Services Society or PICS, is a not-for-profit agency that plans to build a seniors complex-care home that is culturally sensitive in Cloverdale. Land has been purchased by the Society at 64 Avenue and 175 Street.

Previously, PICS has built two subsidized multicultural housing projects for seniors located in Surrey; an independent living facility and an assisted living facility. The proposed complex, or long term care facility in Cloverdale is planned to house 140 residents in private rooms on two acres of land. The multi-storey building is to be made up of 14 “houses”, each containing 10 self contained private rooms, along with a kitchen, living room, and activity room for residents who share a common language. The design creates options to place different cultural-linguistic groups in the village. Plans also include day care facilities for toddlers, a Montessori preschool, and a cafe.

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OUR HISTORY

 
  • 2015: Firm rebranded as Ciccozzi Architecture Inc.
  • 2013: RCA acquires Hywel Jones Architect Ltd., expanding the firm's capabilities in commercial work
  • 1999: Robert Ciccozzi Architecture Inc. (RCA) established
  • 1992: Robert Ciccozzi co-founds Ekistics Architecture Inc. where, as the only registered architect in the firm, he designed the Manteo Beach Club, The Clarkson and Bloomfield Gardens
  • 1992: Robert Ciccozzi Founds Robert Ciccozzi Architect Ltd.