BridgmanCollaborative Architecture is an award-winning Canadian architecture firm established in 1998 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We have received over 20 awards for both accessible design and heritage preservation - a number (to our knowledge) greater than any other architectural firm in Manitoba. Our projects include recreational facilities, health and wellness facilities, cultural and early childhood education facilities, community centres, commercial buildings, museums and historic sites, churches, housing, art installations and exhibitions, as well as private commissions.
We honour the nexus of new and old design While many of our projects feature new design, we also specialize in the adaptive re-use of heritage buildings, building system restoration, heritage conservation and heritage planning. Our projects honour the exciting nexus of old and new design, including the firm’s own offices in Winnipeg’s historic Dominion Bank Building.
Accessibility is fundamental in our work We believe in creating sustainable and resilient community places accessible for everyone.
We celebrate communication, collaboration, community and commitment Clear communication – within our office and studio, with our consultants and engineers, with our clients, with everyone involved in our projects – helps generate new ideas and ensures attention to detail. The BridgmanCollaborative Architecture design process encourages collaboration among our design team and clients/stakeholders, and results in rigorous, value-added design solutions and common-sense buildings. Our award-winning projects serve the diverse needs of multiple stakeholders and complex client groups. A key method of communication involves the use of advanced computerized visualization and documentation techniques.
Please visit our Architectural Services page to find out more about the range of architectural and design services we offer.