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Atlantic Partnership Architects

Erik Johnson

Erik Johnson

Born in Trinidad, raised in Grenada, has lived in Barbados, Dominica and the Cayman Islands, Erik trained in London at the Architectural Association. Afterwards he was self employed doing presentation work for various architects in London. Later as an associate at Haskoll & Co, was involved in designing shopping malls and, in his own time, renovating townhouses and building dollhouses. Since his return to Grenada in 1990, 15years ago, he has headed his own firm, and designed several commercial and government projects in addition to many residences both in Grenada and Barbados. He has designed a wide range of building types, including those reflective of colonial times to modern, always with an eye to providing cost-effective, innovative solutions for his clients.

His wife tries in vain to distract him from his computer to enjoy a glass of wine under the moonlight, however when not at his desk, he most often may be found at his retreat in the rainforest wielding a cutlass.

Peter Wallace

Peter Wallace

Born and raised in England, Peter trained in Aberdeen and then London where he practiced for 35 years, since 1979 as a Senior Partner or Principal. His partnership with a President of the RIBA, having a staff of 30 and an annual fee turnover of £1/2 million, was rated in the UK's Building Design top 100. Always responsible for the execution of the practice's work in of design, technical matters and administration he took a "hands-on" approach. He is an accomplished draftsman with a thorough knowledge of building legislation, contract law, materials and building techniques both new and traditional. Although his experience ranges over most building types, he has maintained a particular speciality in restoration work.

When he is not working at the computer he swapped for his drawing board, you might find him riding his mountain bike, scuba diving in those gorgeous Grenadian waters, or just sitting under a palm tree with a cold beer.