Malcolm McSporran is the principle member of Quinkatla. Having grown up in Toronto, Ontario, he attended the School of Architecture at the University of Toronto in the early seventies, and continued architectural studies in Vancouver with the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Sylabus Programme.
Since 1978 he has been active in land and building development in British Columbia, working with several architects and developers in Vancouver; as well as carrying out his own projects.
Most of his development and design work has been in large scale residential, resorts and hotels; and First Nations projects. He has brought a strong design-oriented approach to development, while taking a special interest in integrating historic cultural themes into modern buildings.
Born: 5 May, 1951
Skills & Interests
Architectural Design & Research,
First Nations Architecture
Business development project management
planning, financial planning, restaurant management
FIRST NATIONS CULTURAL RESEARCH
(Canadian Indian), history, architecture, music
MAPPING cultural, anthropological
LANGUAGES English 100% fluent
French 70% fluent
Navajo Indian 5% fluent
Ojibway Indian 5% fluent
Syllabus Programme, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
All written exams completed. 1979
School of Architecture, Ontario, Canada 1971 - 1975
North York, Ontario, Canada 1966-1970
Last Modified: Friday, 13 December, 2013