Eiza received his professional degree in architecture from McGill University in Montreal, enrolled in the doctorate program at Waseda University in Tokyo, and studied architecture in London, England. Following McGill, Eiza apprenticed at the office of Frank Gehry in Los Angeles. At Gehry's office, Eiza worked on the Foundation Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy Museum (LVMH) in Paris, France, and the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute in Las Vegas. After returning to Vancouver, Eiza was a senior associate at Arno Matis Architecture where he led numerous rezoning projects throughout the Lower Mainland.
Eiza is a registered architect with the Architectural Insitute of British Columbia.
Architect AIBC, LEED BD+C
Sing received his professional degree in architecture from the University of British Columbia. He is prolific and a gifted architect who has won numerous visualization awards and his work has been published in architectural magazines worldwide. He has worked with numerous design firms in Vancouver, most notably with Romses Architecture and Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership. At Romses Architecture, his design won first prize in a Vertical Farm competition.
Sing is a registered architect with the Architectural Institute of British Columbia and a LEED accredited professional.
With over 20 years of architectural experience, Leo was a production manager at Chernoff Thompson Architects and Henriquez and Partners. He has worked on prestigious institutional projects for the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria. He is a technical specialist and his outstanding understanding of construction detailing and stellar coordination skills have delivered excellent quality projects.