B.I.D., N.C.I.D.Q. Certified, P.I.D.I.M., I.D.C.
Rob is a very creative designer with over thirty years of experience in interior design. Rob is an Interior Design graduate of the University of Manitoba and has his NCIDQ designation.
Rob has been trained in all facets of interior design, with a particularly strong emphasis on creative solutions and attention to detail.
Rob was an Interior Design Studio critic in the Interior Design Program, Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba for six years. He is actively involved in the Professional Interior Design Institute of Manitoba (P.I.D.I.M.) and was an Executive Council Member for two years. He is a member of the Interior Designers of Canada (I.D.C.).
Rob is passionate about animals and has been very involved with the Winnipeg Humane Society’s Bow Wow Ball Gala as chair and committee member for 9 years. This interest is accompanied with a passion for the environment, using recycled and sustainable products in his designs whenever possible. Rob is currently the co-chair for the Winnipeg Art Gallery's Art in Bloom speaker series.
Brenda Klassen B.Env.D, Interior Designer
Brenda graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Design,specializing in Interior Design at the University of Manitoba. Her design talent and creativity are complimented by her technical skills and ability to manage projects for our clients. Her background focused primarily on creating comfortable, transitional spaces for seniors, as well as commercial and residential projects and 3D computer renderings.
While in university, she participated in IDeAS (Interior Design Association of Students) and was published numerous times in the Faculty of Architecture Warehouse Journal.
Alyssa Magas B.Env.D, Landscape Design
Alyssa is a graduate of the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Environmental Design. Studies focused on Landscape Architecture and Urbanism but holds a passion for design in all types of environments. She takes every experience as a learning opportunity and brings a friendly and positive attitude to the work that she does.
She is an active member of Architects Without Borders Canada and the Faculty of Architecture’s Partners Program Warming Hut team. She created an installation for Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects’ Park(ing) Day as well as participated in numerous photography and design competitions.
Lisa’s varied administrative and customer service background allows her to provide the necessary support to the designers in order for them to stay on task and do what they do best - design.