The Team Behind The Bowery


Over 30 years ago, Kris Singhal started Richcraft with a singular passion for custom-building signature homes in some of Ottawa’s most desirable neighbourhoods. His unwaveringly high standards, commitment to fairness and integrity and ability to think big, has elevated Richcraft to a well-deserved position of leadership in the industry.


Founded in 1991, Roderick Lahey Architect Inc. focuses on urban architecture and design for residential, commercial, and institutional interests. The principal, Roderick Lahey, graduated from the Carleton University School of Architecture in 1980 and is professionally accredited by the Ontario Architecture Association, is a Member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and the Ottawa Regional Society of Architects.

Recent residential/institutional low and high rise condominium buildings, low and high rise apartment buildings, and seniors residences have resulted in the provision of over two-thousand residential units in the National Capital Region in the last five years. Recent mixed use developments in Ottawa’s ByWard Market have garnered recognition from heritage associations for contextual infill. The award winning firm of Roderick Lahey Architect Inc. continues to foster an interest in the design and development of projects that are challenging and rewarding in their scope and resolution.


As one of Toronto’s hottest interior design firms, UNION31 believes good design should be thought provoking; where good communication is as much about listening as it is about speaking. Informed by over 31 years of experience and proven accomplishments, this culmination of talent, knowledge and astute business acumen is UNION31.

Good design satisfies the senses and is functional. UNION31’s designs enhance a client’s lifestyle and add value to the bottom line. Finally, good design is not predictable, rather finding opportunity in the unexpected to create something that is memorable. UNION31’s authenticity and passion manifests itself in the details, omitting the irrelevant and leaving only the essential. Pure and simple.