Project Description

FIRM HISTORY

First established in 1985 by partners Sid Chow and Gary Fleischauer, the firm became Chow Fleischauer Low Architects Inc when Jackson Low became a full partner in 1996. With the retirement of founder Gary Fleischauer and the addition of partner Paul Hammond in 2006, the firm became Chow Low Hammond Architects Inc. In March 2014, the firm name changed to Low Hammond Rowe Architects Inc following the retirement of founder Sid Chow and the introduction of new partner Christopher Rowe.

Our clients and collaborators can continue to count on the partners’ enthusiastic hands-on involvement with every project, and our entire team’s focus on providing imaginative, versatile and responsive design, thorough technical execution, and personal service dedicated to our clients’ success.

1985

Established by Sid Chow and Gary Fleischauer

1987

Jackson Low joined the firm

1st Single family housing project- the Wong residence

1st Commercial project- CIBC Oak Bay Branch

1st Healtcare project- Elkford Diagnostic and Treatment Centre

1st Office project- DFH Real Estate, Victoria BC

1988

1st Senior Housing project- Berwick House in Victoria BC

1st Multi- family housing project- Hulford Street Housing in Victoria BC

1991

1st Educational project-UVIC Visual Arts Building

1996

1st Institutional project- Victoria Island Regional Library, Harbourfront Branch in Nanaimo

2002

Jackson Low became partner

2006

Paul Hammond joined the firm and became partner

2014

Introduction of new partner Christopher Rowe

2018

Roya Darvish, Howard Kim, and Selena Kwok named Associates of the firm

2019

Introduction of new associate Jan Veselsky