Percy Leonard James (1878-1970) was a leading architect in Victoria, B.C. and has left a significant legacy in Victoria’s architectural history. His brother Douglas James (1888-1962) was also a practicing architect in Victoria and in Duncan, B.C. The James brothers often collaborated on projects

Here is a partial listing of his projects on a leading Canadian architectural history website.

Here are the Percy Leonard James projects we have included on this website so far. We will adding more in the future.

Bannavern, 914 St. Charles Street, designed by architect Percy Leonard James in 1910.

Bannavern, 914 St. Charles Street, designed by architect Percy Leonard James in 1910.

1015 Moss Street, built in 1912-13 by architects Percy Leonard James and Douglas James for Dr. James Helmcken and Ethel Helmcken

1015 Moss Street, built in 1912-13 by architects Percy Leonard James and Douglas James for Dr. James Helmcken and Ethel Helmcken

1790 Beach Drive, built in 1912 by architects Percy Leonard James and Douglas James for Charles S. Baxter

1790 Beach Drive, built in 1912 by architects Percy Leonard James and Douglas James for Charles S. Baxter

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