Established in 1991, Nick Milkovich Architects is a well-recognized design practice with an extensive catalogue of diverse projects. Having worked in collaboration with Arthur Erickson from 1968 to 2008, founder and principal Nick Milkovich has set the firm to carry forward the design approach which has earned his mentor an eminent position in architectural practice.
Our approach is holistic, emphasizing the collaborative efforts of the entire project team. The guiding objective in our design process is to let the project conditions speak as the work unfolds, to interpret and design without any limiting preconceptions. We believe this process has allowed us to seek creative solutions where our most imaginative and appropriate design solutions are disclosed. Our client relationships are characterized by a high degree of personal service and interaction, coupled with a respect for the precious resources of cost and time.
The firm has grown to a staff of 12 and is proud to have received awards for the Waterfall Building in Vancouver, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington and most recently, the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan.