Established in 2016, Keck Architecture + Design is based on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada - nestled between the Strait of Georgia and the Coastal Pacific Range.  We draw inspiration from this setting and use its knowledge in combination with a formal and practical design approach to accomplish something that is greater than the sum of its parts.  In the end, our most paramount ambition is to manifest joy and well-being through space, material, and light.

KA+D works on various uses and typologies - from single family to commercial and civic.  We design new buildings, love to renovate old ones, and anything in between.

Scott Keck

Principal Architect AIBC, M.Arch, B.Sci

Scott is a licensed architect through the Architectural Institute of British Columbia. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan and a Master of Architecture degree from the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia.

Scott has practiced architecture with several award-winning firms working as a project architect in Vancouver and Seattle where he played a crucial role in the design and construction of residential and institutional projects. Presently, Scott has a two year appointment with the Town of Gibsons Planning and Development Committee where he advises the council on decisions surrounding land use and permitting.

Josh Wallace

Intern Architect AIBC, M.Arch, BEDS

Josh joined Keck Architecture + Design in 2020 and participates in all phases of design and construction. He brings design experience from various contexts including Ho Chi Minh City, Sarawak and Madrid. He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies from Dalhousie University and a Master of Architecture from Carleton University. Upon graduation, he received the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada’s Student Medal for Outstanding Thesis Work and Academic Excellence, as well as the Canadian Architect Student Award of Excellence. Josh is currently apprenticing as an intern architect through the Architectural Institute of British Columbia.

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