Architect, AAA, B.Arch.
A Graduate of Carleton University in 1993, Rob studied abroad in Rome before receiving his Bachelor of Architecture with high distinction. He began his career as an Architect in Alberta and established Calgary based practice, Robert Pashuk Architecture, in 2001. Rob’s work has been acknowledged by the City of Calgary - having been graciously involved in the Culture + Arts scene, while engaging as a visiting guest critic at the University of Calgary from 2004-2010. In 2012 Rob expanded his scope, co-opening RPA’s interior retail front ‘Pomp & Circumstance’.
Architect, AAA, BFA, M.Arch. LEED© AP
Jeffrey Riedl is a registered architect, artist and the co-owner of ‘Pomp & Circumstance’. Within his role as design director for Robert Pashuk architecture, he has been substantially involved in all projects since joining the firm in 2008. Recently, Jeffrey has completed his first public art installation at the new South Haven Cemetery in Edmonton with collaborating artist Brendan McGillicuddy. Jeffrey is very involved in his community of Bowness, as a board member and acting Chair of the Planning and Development Committee.
Architect, AAA, M.Arch
2014 Master of Architecture Graduate from Carleton University - Chis’ graduate thesis, Reading Ruins: A Transtextual Approach to the Hanna Roundhouse, received the AIA Certificate of Merit, Roger Soderstrom Scholarship and Azrieli Scholarship. Having lived in Edmonton, Halifax, Ottawa and Paris for his post-secondary education, Chris returned home to his native Calgary where he completed his architecture registration. He has gained over 5 years of industry experience working on high-end custom residential and commercial projects and continues to pursue a personal interest with various heritage organizations through presentation and publication.
Architectural Technologist, BFA, DIPL ARCH TECH
In 2006 Rosanne received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction from the University of Calgary, going on to work in the energy sector as a draftsperson. She pursued her education further, graduating as an Architectural Technologist from SAIT in 2016 where she received the Lloyd Herperger Memorial Award - presented to the graduate with the highest GPA. During her time at SAIT, she was fortunate to take part in many travel opportunities - touring notable buildings in Chicago and New York, laying brick at a rural school in Cambodia, and participating in a practicum at a busy Brooklyn architecture studio. Since joining RPA in 2016, she has found great joy excelling in spreadsheets.