BYU Bob's Your Uncle Design Ltd - design inspired environments

At BYU Design, our work is focused closely on form, function, and emotion – and where the three intersect in a beautiful space. Our idea of perfection? An environment that functions smoothly, without the user thinking about the design in an obtrusive way. It’s all about a seamless, inspired experience, for everyone that occupies the space – not to mention those who build it.

To do this, we carefully analyze both the user and the clients’ needs, and create a volume that fits both. We achieve this within the timeline, and on budget (because great design must also support the business strategy).

This pragmatism extends into the technical process as well. With 11 years’ experience (and counting), we know how to collaborate with architects and your consultant team, to keep the project viable and on track for success. We also know building code, and of course, we document accurately through precise specification manuals and drawing documentation. BYU Design's ethical profile, meanwhile, is flawless: we support the industry, and are transparent in every way.
And when it comes to today’s sustainable ethos, we are familiar with LEED requirements (you’ll notice a few of us are LEED APs).

Design is an ever-shifting thing. At BYU Design, we live and breathe for fresh inspiration. We are continuously learning new methods, new materials – and exploring new ways of living, working and being in a space. We also stay abreast of emerging worldwide trends in design, to ensure that we’re bringing truly leading design to the Canadian marketplace. All of that so that you, and your clients, have an elevated experience of the environments we create. For years.

Featured Projects

Brentwood Sales Centre

Brentwood Sales Centre

Viceroy Condominium

Viceroy Condominium

Strathcona Village Display Suites

Strathcona Village Display Suites

Dinner by Design at IDS West 2014

Dinner by Design at IDS West 2014

Bob's News

Ada Bonini participates in a rountable hosted by Western Living

Curious to know what makes a home livable? Come hear Ada Bonini along with Denise Ashmore of Project 22 Design and Jim Toy of False Creek Design Group share their thoughts. The event will be held Wednesday June 1st from 6-8 pm at Trail Appliances in Richmond. (I hear they will serve wine) RSVP by May 20th to; laura.lilley@ypnexthome.ca.

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Design Talks: Livability speaks louder than words