Kaz Bremner


Before he found his calling in architecture, Kaz was in the field of biotechnology. Although it fulfilled his desire for knowledge, he found that lab work was missing a human element. Inspired by a semester in urban planning, Kaz sought a career in architecture where he could engage in dialogue about ideas that contribute to people’s day-to-day experiences in the built environment.

A natural communicator, Kaz enjoys working with clients and teams on projects that present an ambitious design challenge. Kaz brings a systematic management approach complementing his commitment to design excellence, which distills complex problems into elegant and clear design solutions.

University of British Columbia Orchard Commons
An outward-looking facility that invites the greater campus in, promoting diversity and social connection.
Vancouver Hudson Bay Company Redevelopment
Transforming a downtown landmark
University of Victoria—Student Housing and Dining Facility
One of the largest projects in Canada designed to achieve the Passive House standard, this new facility will support a vibrant, compact, and walkable campus.
Kaz presents at the International Passive House Conference in 2020
"Passive House and resilience in the face of a warming climate"

Kaz's Featured Work

University of British Columbia Orchard Commons
Vancouver, British Columbia
University of Victoria Student Housing and Dining
Victoria, British Columbia