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Established in 1992 Rowlands Associates specializes in the design and supervision of custom residential renovation and new construction projects.

Lifestyle and functional requirements are carefully considered as the foundation to our design projects. From a bathroom or kitchen renovation to a new home or cottage from the ground up, each project is developed from start to finish in close collaboration with our clients.

Classical proportions underpin both traditional and contemporary spaces. Practical and attractive materials and finishes are selected to stand the test of time.

We offer a full range of design services including concept development, space planning, permit applications, architectural and interior design drawings, and the selection of materials, finishes, fixtures and furnishings.

Rowlands Associates is a collaboration of the skills of Simon Rowlands and Stuart Cotter.

Simon's early career in the design and construction of bespoke furniture sparked his passion for pursuing refined proportions and details. He has since had years of experience in a wide range of residential renovation and new construction projects.

Stuart brings to the firm a solid background in Art History and the Decorative Arts, combined with years of experience in high-end residential design.

Our work has been published in Chatelaine's Kitchen and Bath issue 2014, The Globe and Mail, and Canadian House and Home.