With an extensive portfolio of resort, commercial and residential projects, John Doak has been creating some of the Caribbean’s most unique buildings for over 30 years. As a client you'll benefit from the firm’s experience, informed opinion and depth of knowledge of the Caribbean. John has been designing for clients across the Caribbean, including in the Turks & Caicos Islands, Bermuda, St Kitts, Antigua, Dominican Republic and Cuba. Based in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, John Doak Architecture offers a full bandwidth of design and property development services to clients across the Caribbean. Their proven project management-led methodology places equal importance on budgeting, scheduling and technical processes as it does on design. Established U.S. Canadian and Caribbean professional firms extend our capabilities to accommodate projects of any size.
John Doak is currently Vice Chairman of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands and has served on Government Boards including the National Cultural Foundation, National Museum, National Trust and the Historic Building Committee. John is the leading authority on historic buildings in the Cayman Islands and Caribbean style design and author of a number of articles for local and international media publications.