is a Director at
David directs the
studio’s architecture projects. His focus is on creating environmentally
sustainable, healthy public buildings and spaces that are welcoming to everyone.
David is an architect who is interested in how buildings connect to their
communities. He will listen to a client and the people who will use the
building and respond to their vision with an inspiring and unique solution.
David is very knowledge about
building envelope construction and remediation which is integral to sustainable
design and low energy use. David is both a Building Science Specialist and
Certified Passive House Designer and is currently leading a NetZero renovation
to a historic church and the design of WORKSHOP’s first Passive House
David has been invited
to speak at professional conferences about design for education spaces and
public procurement and he serves on the Ontario Association of Architects’
Practice Resource Committee. Volunteering his skills in elementary school
classrooms, and as a committee member for new school buildings, helps him stay
connected with learners and teachers.
David studied architecture and environmental studies at the University of Waterloo, where his thesis explored models of learning spaces and was recognized with the Alpha Rho Chi award in 2000.
Thome Crescent House addition