In 1936, two ambitious architects from McGill University, Wilfred Onions and Valmer Bouchard, came to Bermuda to turn their creative visions into living, enduring history. Soon after, they were joined by John McCulloch and spent 20 years realising that dream. In time, they defined the internationally acclaimed Bermuda design style and instituted a “sense of place” culture across the island. This was the beginning of OBMI. Through the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, the firm expanded to interior design, landscape…