Working from our Victoria office, David Bootsman oversees commercial, institutional and residential projects. He is currently leading the design of a new administration centre for the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation in Tofino, and was the Project Architect for the recently completed Centre for Wellbeing in Colwood.

A registered Architect in New York State, David has worked on a wide variety of projects in the high-end residential, retail and commercial sectors of New York City. Notable projects have included work for Louis Vuitton, the New York Times Building and the Suffolk County 911 Memorial, as well as many complex interior renovations for lofts and repurposed heritage buildings.

Prior to his career in architecture, David worked in branding and graphic and product design. His work in Japan included promotion of new developments such as the Nankai Railway and South Tower Hotel (Suisse Hotel), affiliated with the Kansai International Airport.


M. Arch., University of British Columbia
BFA (Hons), University of Victoria


Architectural Institute of British Columbia
New York State Architectural Licensing Board
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Canada Green Building Council
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards