WHO WE ARE

We are a full-service architectural firm that creates not just places to work and function, but places that are designed for living. From contemporary office spaces to modern homes built for families, Kuno puts people first so that every space is comfortable and accessible.

WHAT WE OFFER

ARCHITECTURE

Fully certified architecture firm offering renovations, new builds for residential and commercial spaces, infill and laneway houses, heritage preservation, millwork and interior design.

ACCESSIBILITY CONSULTING

In addition to architectural design, we offer inclusivity consultation to corporations, organizations and other architecture firms to help reduce barriers in public and commercial spaces.

ABOUT US

Kuno is led by architect Jane Vorbrodt. Jane obtained a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture (2002) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design (1998).  Jane has worked with large and small firms and has experience with projects ranging in scale from residential renovations to large-scale institutional planning.  Connect with Jane on Linkedin to review her experience, and read Jane’s profile on the Rick Hansen Foundation’s website here.

OUR WORK

  • All
  • accessible
  • heritage
  • renovation
  • residential

SERVICES

HERITAGE RENOVATION

Heritage retention, densification of existing homes, infill developments

ARCHITECTURE

Renovations, additions, new construction

INTERIOR DESIGN

Custom millwork and cabinetry, interior layouts, finishes and fixtures

INCLUSIVE DESIGN CONSULTATION

Corporate workplace, Institutional inclusivity

ACCESSIBILITY ASSESSMENTS

Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC), pre-construction consultation

UNIVERSAL DESIGN

Wheelchair accessible, gender-neutral, aging-in-place, wayfinding

CONTACT US

East Vancouver

604.512.3914

jane@kunoarchitecture.com

FROM OUR BLOG

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  • The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. ...