Measured Architecture is a Vancouver-based studio practice focused on modern design, interiors and landscapes. From our inception in 2007, we have delivered exceptional public and private environments that are stimulating to occupy and fundamental to their surroundings. As a full-service firm, Measured is present on projects from start to finish, ensuring that the ideas conceived in the beginning with clients are manifest at the end. We achieve this through close collaboration with all members of the project team, including consultants, contractors, trades and artisans.

Modern Human Spaces

We practice situational modernism — a subject-based, humanist approach that considers a project through the aspirations of a client, the opportunities of a site and the constraints of a municipality, budget and schedule. We work to understand these need sets — to treat them as minimum standards of practice — and move forward to create ideal spaces based on this criteria. The measure of success for us is when clients tell us that while the space might not look like what they had imagined, their experience of it is what they had desired at the project outset.

Measured in Years


With Clinton Cuddington at the helm, Measured opens its doors as a full-service architecture firm with the objective of creating contemporary, environmentally sound buildings for both the private and public sectors.


Hardly a year old, Measured receives a Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Award of Merit for a Mayne Island retreat, completes Wolfe House, and wins Western Living Magazine’s inaugural Architecture Designer of the Year.


Measured Architecture wins the Architectural Institute of British Columbia Emerging Firm Award and, for the second time, Western Living Magazine’s Architecture Designer of the Year.