Cedric leads a team of talented architects, interior designers and technologists at Burgers Architecture. He received his Master's Degree in Architecture from the University of British Columbia, taking a break from studies to work abroad in the architectural offices of Daniel Liebeskind and landscape architects Muller Knippscheld Wehburg, both in Berlin Germany.
Cedric completed his architectural internship in his family's firm in West Vancouver, under the supervision of architect Robert Burgers and mentor Peter Cardew. Subsequent to Robert's retirement from practice in 2007, Cedric has led the firm in new directions including a strong focus on innovation in sustainable architecture and the promotion of a contemporary regional architectural style suited to Canada's west coast.
The majority of Burgers Architecture's commissions are residential (both single and multi-family), but the firm has also been engaged in urban planning, industrial and community projects. Burgers architecture has also been increasingly engaged in the construction of projects, as demand for complete design and construction services has required.
Cedric has been the recipient several high profile awards and recognitions, and is currently a member of design panels in West Vancouver and North Vancouver. When not attending to professional duties, Cedric spends time with his family sailing and skiing. Cedric was a member of 1992's Barcelona Olympic Rowing team, and sees the connection between mind and body as an essential part of architectural expression and practice. This sense of engagement in both the way architecture is made and its use is evident in the office's work.