School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture

Deeply committed to the quality of the built and natural environment, we are a close-knit school of architecture and landscape architecture at one of the world’s top 20 public universities. Being located in Vancouver provides an ideal laboratory to prepare the next generations of architects, landscape architects, designers, and planners to respond to the urgent human and environmental issues of our times.

Research Supervisors

Name Research Interests
Bass, John Constested landscapes Globalization and Contested Territory, Infrastructure, Social Equity, Visualization and Community Engagement
Byrne, Fionn
Condon, Patrick Michael Sustainable urban design, landscape architecture, sustainable communities
Dahmen, Joseph
Fujita, Mari Globalization and contested territory, urbanism, contemporary theory, spatial and cultural effects of globalism, material studies, wearables, gallery installations, interiors, building designs, urban proposals
Girling, Cynthia Sustainable communities, Vizualization and community engagement, urban design, public realm
Herrington, Susan Children’s outdoor play environments, Playgrounds, Natural play environments, Risky play, Landscape architecture, Landscape architecture history, landscape theory, Comtemporary theory, globalization and contested theory, design and history of landscapes
Kellett, Ronald Environmental quality, urban form, development of tools for urban design, green neighbourhoods
Lokman, Kees
Macdonald, Christopher Design Thinking, housing, social equity, policy development, contemporary urban housing practices, early modern houses
McKay, Sherry Architectural hisory Contemporary Theory, Globalization and Contested Territory, Housing, Social Equity
Meyboom, Annalisa
Mooney, Patrick sustainable development; urban biological diversity; environmental restoration; wetland restoration; therapeutic landscapes; sustainable development; urban biological diversity; urban ecosystems; environmental management in urban planning; birds in urban environments; habitat management; Japanese gardens; habitats, Sustainable landscape planning, ecological restoration, design studio, evironmental issues
Neumann, Oliver Digital Fabrication, Concepts of Context, Wood Construction, Contemporary Architecture Discourse, Digital technology in the building process, contemporary fabrication technologies
Roecker, Inge Social Equity, sustainable forms of urban habitation, social and cultural entities, urban living and communities, comtemporary programming, cultural context, sustainable building
Roehr, Daniel Sustainable communities, sustainable design, materials and construction, landscape architecture, integration of living roofs as holitstic system for stormwater management
Rysanek, Adam
Satterfield, Blair
Soules, Matthew
Stevens, Sara
Van Duzer, Leslie Body and Space, Contemporary Theory, Design Thinking
Wagner, George Stuart Housing, urbanism, contemporary theory, public space, architecture and modernism, North American City, urban form and its ideological implication, contemporary Japanese architecture