Experienced with both new construction and renovation projects for commercial, residential, and heritage clients, Alexandre Ross-Gautron is an Intern Architect with a diverse background. Past clients range from government, private, commercial, and not-for-profit sectors, giving Alexandre a thorough understanding of the unique requirements and needs of different project typologies.


A bilingual architectural professional, Alexandre graduated from the Université de Montréal with a Master of Architecture and completed his Bachelor of Environmental Design at the University of Manitoba. He draws on his knowledge of commercial and heritage structures and contributes thoughtful, well-considered design solutions to a variety of projects.

SLEEK AND SIMPLE

Alexandre’s favourite design style is Scandinavian. Simple lines, warm tones, a sleek exterior structure, and natural components like wood, which is Alexandre’s favourite building material.

THAT’S THE WAY IT MAN-GOES

Travel bucket list items include strolling the Great Wall of China, hiking Machu Pichu, and eating all the food in Thailand, but hold the mango—Alexandre is allergic!

LEAP OF FAITH

No stranger to hard work, Alexandre’s first job at age eight was bagging soil for a local farmer’s market. It was a hot, dirty endeavour, but at least he was well-rested after—Alexandre’s secret talent is an ability to nap anywhere.