Robert Ciccozzi

Architect AIBC, AAA, AIA, SAA, B.Arch.

Founder/Principal

Robert is an award-winning, registered architect with three decades of professional experience. A respected designer with an eye for detail and context, Robert prides himself on quality work and client satisfaction.

After graduating in 1987 from Carleton University with a Bachelors of Architecture (with Distinction) degree, Robert became an intern architect with Paul Merrick Architects Ltd. There he quickly established himself as a project architect on various key projects such as City Square at 12th & Cambie, The Medical Student and Alumni Centre at 12th & Heather, the Seow Residence in West Vancouver and the Royal Roads Military College Dining Hall in Victoria.

In 1992, Robert established the firm Robert Ciccozzi Architect Ltd. from which he designed and realized the Goodbrand Residence and The Metro’s One and Two. In 1993, Robert Ciccozzi was a founding partner in establishing the firm Ekistics Architecture Inc. As the only registered architect in the firm, he designed and realized various projects including the Manteo Beach Club, The Clarkson, Bloomfield Gardens, as well as housing and clubhouses in Japan. During this period, Robert was contracted as an architectural consultant for The Resort Municipality of Whistler, responsible for providing reviews and recommendations to the Advisory Design Panel for the majority of buildings in Village North and various projects throughout the resort.

Since 1999, Robert Ciccozzi has been responsible for the growth and vision of Ciccozzi Architecture. Away from the office Robert enjoys spending time with family doing outdoor activities such as skiing, waterskiing, boating and hiking.